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2022 Revealed Exhibition: New and Emerging WA Aboriginal Artists

Russell (Wossy) Davey



Lives and works

Ardyaloon Community

Russell (Wossy) Davey is a proud Bardi man, with many connections, but only identifies himself as a Traditional Custodian of the Ardi’ol clan group. He lives in Ardyaloon Community on the Dampier Peninsula. Wossy’s art is inspired by his Bardi culture, creating designs that incorporate Dreamtime stories of his saltwater people, continuing to tell these stories through many art forms, using colours, animals and shapes that depict his natural environment. He also carves pearl shells, boab nuts, and traditional artefacts, whilst advocating that young people are taught the old ways, keeping law, language and culture alive, so the knowledge is not lost forever.

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1 Finnerty Street
Western Australia