The Little Boat on Trusting Lane
"Errol Evans (Yalanji Peoples) is originally from Djabugay and Western Yalanji Country in far north Queensland. He was trained by his grandfather Ron Reynolds as a teenager, spending his time carving during the holidays.
Tanya and Errol are a husband and wife carving team, living and working at Railway Bore, near Indulkana, Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands (APY Lands), South Australia. The couple form a strong artistic team, weaving together the making traditions of the tropics and the desert.
Together, this wife and husband team bring together the traditions and approaches of both the wet
tropics and the desert. Tanya, Errol, and her youngest daughter live together with Tanya’s Hungarian father in Railway Bore, where they work from an established family-run carving workshop. During the hot summer months, the family live in north Queensland, working alongside Errol’s family."
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