This painting has been photographed hanging in our Southport (Gold Coast) Gallery. It is on canvas, stretched over a wooden stretcher bar and has been done by the artist using natural ochre and pigments.
Usually we deliver paintings rolled into a tube free of any additional freight charge to any place around the world. This painting however need to be delivered stretched. It cannot be rolled safely.
Delivery to Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, the Gold Coast area down to Byron Bay is free. To any other place we need to use a specialised Art Transport company or build a box to safely secure the painting. The additional cost toSydney, Melbourne and Adelaide is AUD250 and to overseas AUD500.
Kathy Ramsay is one of Warmun's most prolific emerging artists carrying on the legacy of her artistic family.
The daughter of artists Rammey and Mona Ramsay, and the granddaughter of the late Timmy Timms, Kathy only begun painting in 2013, yet has already been included in numerous group exhibitions and private collections across Australia and internationally.
In 2015 Kathy was selected for Revealed, a biennial art event celebrating emerging Aboriginal artists in Western Australia. Of her work Kathy says, "I only started painting in 2013. I like to join in and to be sharing a part of my Country. My mother and my grandfather always told us what this place means, what the names are, and all those Ngarranggarni (Dreaming) stories. Now, with all this painting, I'll be the one to tell them to my kids. I'm the mother of three sons, but I lost my oldest son in 2008. He was really strong in corroborree and culture, but my other sons, they carry it on too. They went to school in Warmun, and I worked in the childcare centre and cleaning and bits like that. Now I'm painting all the time. I just paint what my old people told me about our Country – because they are the ones who know the history of our Country, the Country we’re still connected to today. Our Country really knows us, and it owns us.”
Kathy paints her ancestral Country around Bow River, incorporating rich Ngarranggarni stories with recent histories of station life.
Bow River Station Country
2018 April 'GIJA' Exhibition, Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Queensland - An exhibition honouring the Warmun artists, and 20 years of the Gija art movement. 2018 March Warmun At Twenty Exhibition - A group exhibition celebrating 20 years of Warmun Art Centre 2018 March Kimberley to Coast Exhibition at Salt Contemporary Art - McCulloch & McCulloch, Queenscliff, March 2018 2017 October Port Hedland Art Award - Finalists - Port Hedland Courthouse Gallery 2017 July When The Sky Fell: Legacies of the 1967 Referendum - Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth 2017 June 'When The Sky Fell - Legacies of the 1967 Referendum' - Perth Insitute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Western Australia 2017 June Spiritual essence of the Earth with Warmun artists - Aboriginal Signature Estrangin gallery • Brussels 2017 May Art of the Gija People - Nancy Server Gallery, Canberra 2017 May For the Women - Tandanya, Adelaide 2016 June Warlbowinj and Jumulunj (River Wallaby and Boab Tree) - Paul Johnstone Gallery, Darwin 2015 August Warmun Then and Now - Berndt Museum - The University of Western Australia, Perth 2014 February Warmun Aboriginal Art - Art Images Gallery, Adelaide, SA 2014 February Warmun: Gija Contemporary Art of Western Australia - Harvey Art Projects, USA 2014 February Transitions - Short Street Gallery, Broome, WA
Awards 2017 Port Hedland Art Awards Finalist 2017 John Fries Award Finalist 2015 REVEALED - Fremantle Arts Centre WA
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