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Gloria Petyarre was the first Indigenous artist to win the most prestigious Wynne Landscape Art Award with Bush Medicine painting in Art Gallery of New South Wales 2004 and 1999. Biography is in Australian Encyclopedia Aboriginal Artists dictionary of biographies page 258. COLLECTIONS: National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Bank, Art Gallery South Australia, National Gallery Victoria, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, Homes a Court Collection, Powerhouse Museum, Museum of Victoria, Kerry Stokes collection, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Gold Coast City Art Gallery Surfers Paradise. Gloria Petyarre is Emily Kngwarreye niece. Gloria sisters are Kathleen Petyarre and Anna Petyarre.

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AWARDS - Biography  Gloria Petyarre Bush Medicine painting Sotheby's sold for $78,000.

Click to Enlarge: Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves CP07010, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,152 x 62 cm
Gloria Petyarre
Bush Medicine Leaves GP07006
Synthetic Polymer paint on Belgian linen

155 cm x 62 cm
Price: ENLARGE
 Gloria Petyarre, Bush Medicine Cat. no. MB029505, Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, Image Size: 122 cm x 93 cm
Gloria Petyarre
 
Bush Medicine Leaves MB029505
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
122 cm x 93 cm
Price:
ENLARGE

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Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,125 x 95 cm
Gloria Petyarre
 
Bush medicine Leaves 
Synthetic Polymer paint on Belgian linen

125 cm x 95 cm
Price:
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Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,120 x 90 cm
Gloria Petyarre
 Bush medicine Leaves GP0703
Synthetic Polymer paint on Belgian linen
120 cm x 90 cm
Price: 
SOLD

Gloria Petyarre Bush Medicine painting sold for $78,000. Galeria Aniela offers an opportunity to purchase museum-quality, authentic, original art of impeccable provenance. Please visit our gallery showrooms or phone +612 4465 1494

Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,125 x 125 cm
Gloria Petyarre
Bush medicine
Leaves
Synthetic Polymer paint on Belgian linen

125 cm x 125 cm
Price:  
SOLD
Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,125 x 80 cm
Gloria Petyarre
 Bush medicine Leaves
Synthetic Polymer paint on Belgian linen
125 cm x 80 cm
Price:
SOLD

Galeria Aniela offers an opportunity to purchase ethically sourced, authentic, original, museum-quality Australian Indigenous art of impeccable provenance, please visit our gallery showrooms or phone +612 4465 1494

Click to Enlarge: Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves CP07010, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,152 x 62 cm
Gloria Petyarre
Bush Medicine cat. no. GP07010
Synthetic Polymer paint on linen
155 cm x 62 cm
Price:
SOLD
Click to Enlarge: Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves CP0709, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,152 x 62 cm
 Gloria Petyarre
Bush Medicine cat. no. GP0709
Synthetic Polymer paint on linen
155 cm x  62 cm
Price:
SOLD
Click to Enlarge: Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves CP0708, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,152 x 62 cm
Gloria Petyarre
Bush Medicine  cat. no. GP0708
Synthetic Polymer paint on linen
 155 cm x 62 cm
Price:
SOLD
Click to Enlarge: Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves CP0707, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,152 x 62 cm
Gloria Petyarre
Bush Medicine  cat. no. GP0707
Synthetic Polymer paint on linen
 155 cm x 62 cm
Price:
SOLD

Galeria Aniela offers an opportunity to purchase ethically sourced, authentic, original, museum-quality Australian Indigenous art of impeccable provenance, please visit our gallery showrooms or phone +612 4465 1494

Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,150 x 150 cm
Gloria Petyarre
Bush medicine Leaves GP0707
150 cm x 150 cm
Acrylic on Belgian linen
Price: 
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Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,120 x 60 cm
Gloria Petyarre
GP06200220
Acrylic on Belgian linen
120 cm x 60 cm
Price:
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Gloria Petyarre, Bush medicine Leaves, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen,120 x 60 cm
Gloria Petyarre
GP06200222
Acrylic on Belgian linen
120 cm x 60 cm
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Gloria Petyarre was the first Indigenous artist to win the most prestigious Wynne Landscape Art Award with Bush Medicine painting and she won twice  in Art Gallery of New South Wales. Biography is in Australian Encyclopedia Aboriginal Artists dictionary of biographies page 258. COLLECTIONS: National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Bank, Art Gallery South Australia, National Gallery Victoria, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, Homes a Court Collection, Powerhouse Museum, Museum of Victoria, Kerry Stokes collection, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

Gloria Petyarre work is high demand sought after by Australian and international collectors. Gloria Petyarre Bush Medicine painting Sotheby's sold for $78,000 and another Bush Medicine Leaves Lawson Menzies sold for $34,575.

Gloria Petyarre was the first Aboriginal origin artist to win the most prestigious Art Gallery of New South Wales major prizes with painting 'Bush Medicine'. 2004 and 1999 Gloria Petyarre won Wynne Landscape Art Prize Award 'Bush Medicine Leaves' Gallery of New South Wales, Wynne Prize is Australia's longest running Art Prize. 1994 Gloria won 'Tapestry Commission' for the Law Courts in Brisbane, 1993 'Tapestry' for Victorian Tapestry Workshop in Melbourne, and in 1993 'Mural' for Kansas City in USA.

Gloria Petyarre is an important Australian artist and her work is high demand by Australian and international collectors. Gloria's 'Bush Medicine' painting sold for $78,000 (2004), Lawson Menzies sold for $34,575 (2007) and Sotheby's sold for $30,176 (2004).

Gloria Petyarre work is represented in Australian National galleries and collections around the world National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Bank, Art Gallery South Australia, National Gallery Victoria, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, Homes a Court Collection, Powerhouse Museum, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Kerry Stokes Collection, Homes a Court Collection, Gold Coast City Art Gallery Surfers Paradise.

Gloria Petyarre work has the physical presence of the much contemporary work of art. Gloria paintings are enthralling and hypnotic, made up of fine dots and dashes, muted tones the intricate details and subtle shades, seems to moves with the viewer’s eyes and floats in the air, building up a mysterious multi-dimensional sensation. Gloria ‘Bush Medicine’ landscapes are captivating, seem to appear and disappear with the shifting winds and changing colours of blowing leaves.

Awards:

  • 2004 Wynne Landscape Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

  • 1999 Wynne Landscape Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

  • 1994 Tapestry Commission for the Law Courts, Brisbane, Queensland

  • 1993 Tapestry for Victorian Tapestry Workshop, Melbourne, Victoria

  • 1993 Mural for Kansas City Zoo, USA

COLLECTIONS:
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Art Bank, Sydney
Art Gallery South Australia, Adelaide
National Gallery Victoria, Melbourne
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
Homes a Court Collection
Powerhouse Museum

Museum & Art Gallery of Northern Territory, Darwin

Kerry Stokes collection
Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Surfers Paradise QLD

Gloria Petyarre won Australia's longest running art prize, the Wynne Prize in 1999 with Leaves, being the first Aboriginal person to win one of the Art Gallery of New South Wales's major prizes; 2004 Wynne Landscape Prize, Gallery of NSW, Sydney; 1999 Wynne Landscape Prize, Gallery of NSW, Sydney. Gloria is a one of the most prestigious artists and dynamic force in Australian art.

Gloria Petyarre creative development comes from a very potent dreamtime stories and virtuous experimentation facilitated her paintings to convey her peoples affinity with the land. Her paintings harness an existential exuberance, dynamism and brilliance, prompting scholars to affiliate them with paintings by the Abstract Expressionist. Acknowledged by the Art intelligentsia of Australia, in 1999 and 2004 Gloria Petyarre was awarded the prestigious Australian landscape prize The Wynn presented by The Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney.

Gloria Petyarre born 1945 at Atnangkere Soakage is an Australian Aboriginal artist from the Anmatyerre community who live just north of Alice Springs. She won Australia's longest running art prize, the Wynne Prize in 1999 with Leaves, being the first Aboriginal person to win one of the Art Gallery of New South Wales's major prizes. She travelled to Ireland, England and India in 1990 as part of the Utopia – A picture story exhibition. She held her first solo exhibition in 1991. She is represented in major Australian galleries such as the National Gallery of Australia. She is the niece of Emily Kngwarreye and the younger sister of Kathleen Petyarre, two of the greatest Aboriginal artists.

Gloria Petyarre lived at the Utopia community after 1977, where she started batik painting, exhibiting in shows around Australia for ten years. She began work on the 'Summer Project' in 1989 which involved translating the batik paintings onto canvas. She was one of the founding members of this Utopia Women's Batik Group. Gloria paints several Dreamtime stories such as Pencil Yam, Bean, Emu and Mountain Devil Lizard and Small Brown Grass. Several of Gloria's sisters are also artists, the most notable being Kathleen Petyarre. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Exhibitions:

  • 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Utopia Art Sydney

  • 1988 Bloomfield Gallery, Sydney

  • 1998 Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs

  • 1989 Austral Gallery, St Louis, U.S.A.

  • 1989 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

  • 1990 Tandanya, Adelaide

  • 1990 "Utopia", exhibited in Ireland, U.K., India

  • 1990 Orange Regional Gallery

  • 1990 Third Eye Centre, Glasgow

  • 1991, 1996 S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney

  • 1991 Meat Market Gallery, Melbourne

  • 1991, 1994, 1995, Art Gallery of N.S.W.

  • 1991 Australia Galleries, New York, U.S.A.

  • 1992, 1994, 1995, 1999 Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne

  • 1992 Robert Homes a Court Collection, Bangkok, Thailand

  • Gallery Rai,Tokyo, Japan

  • 1992, 1994, 1996, 2000, 2002 Royal Exhibition Hall, Melbourne

  • 1992 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

  • 1993 Myra Morgan Gallery, Kansas, U.S.A.

  • 1993 Art Gallery of Queensland, Brisbane

  • 1993 Austral Gallery, St Louis, U.S.A.

  • 1993 Australian Embassy, Paris, France

  • 1995 National Gallery of Australia - Canberra Museum of Art, Gifu, Japan

  • 1995 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

  • 1995 Mitchell Galleries, State Library of N.S.W.

  • 1995 Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

  • 1996 Niagara Galleries, Melbourne

  • 1996, 2000 Old Parliament House, Canberra

  • 1996, 1999 Sherman Galleries, Sydney

  • 1996 William Mora Galleries, Melbourne

  • 1997 Sutton Gallery, Melbourne

  • 1997 Australian Galleries, Sydney

  • 1998 Annandale Galleries, Sydney

  • 1999 Art Gallery of Western Australia

  • 1999 Embassy of Australia, Washington, U.S.A.

  • 1999 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, U.S.A.

  • 2000 Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane

  • 2000 Australian National University, Canberra

  • 2001 Brisbane City Gallery

  • 2001 Manawatu Gallery, New Zealand

  • 2001 Kunst der Gegenwart, Vienna, Austria

  • 2001 "Icons of Australian Aboriginal Art", Singapore

  • 2002 Singapore Art Museum

  • 2002 Light Square Gallery, Adelaide

  • 2002, 2003 National Gallery of Victoria at Federation Square, Melbourne

  • 2002, 2003 Chapel off Chapel, Melbourne

  • 2003 Glen Eira City Gallery, Melbourne

Bush Medicine Leaves

Gloria Petyarre "Bush Medicine"  painting is Dreaming that depicts the rushing movement of leaves with terse rhythmic brush strokes has been heralded as one of her most successful stylistic developments to date.

Gloria utilizes close tonal values of color together with the rhythmic patterning of her brush strokes to imply the movement of a tree's leaves as seen blowing in the wind. The leaves of this tree are an important form of bush medicine, which are gathered by women.

"Bush Medicine" paintings symbolize an abundance of leaves blowing in the wind. The leaves are from the flowering shrub called “medicine bush”.

Bush Medicine leaves are treated as a remedy and are used to make medicine to heal any skin complaint including hives, inflammation, irritation spots and cuts, wounds, bites and rashes.

It can also be used as an insect repellent. From the medicine bush, women collect the leaves as well as the flowers, the leaves are boiled to extract the resin. The resin of the leaves is mixed with kangaroo fat to make a medicine paste. The flowers are lovely and sweet to eat fresh.

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GP07006
Artist: Gloria Petyarre

Title: Bush medicine leaves GP07006

Medium: Synthetic Polymer paint on Belgian linen
Stretched in the quality timber

Size: 155 cm x 62 cm

Awards:

Bush Medicine (GP07006) is Gloria Petyarre's high-quality painting that has the physical presence of the much contemporary work of art. GP07006 is mesmerizing, hypnotic and captivating, seem to appear and disappear with the shifting winds and changing colours of blowing leaves. Painted with fine microscopic dots, the intricate details and subtle shades GP07006 moves with the viewer’s eyes and floats in the air, building up a mysterious multi-dimensional sensation.

Price: $7,500 Purchase

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Gloria Petyarre, Bush Medicine Cat. no. MB029505, Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, Image Size: 122 cm x 93 cm
Gloria Petyarre
MB029505 Bush medicine
Synthetic Polymer paint on Belgian linen
Stretched in the quality timber
Image size: 122 cm x 93 cm

Gloria Petyarre MB029505 has the physical presence of the much contemporary work of art. Bush Medicine MB029505 is captivating, seem to appear and disappear with the shifting winds and changing colours of blowing leaves. The painting is hypnotic, painted with fine microscopic dots, the intricate details and subtle shades that seems to moves with the viewer’s eyes and floats in the air, building up a mysterious multi-dimensional sensation.

Awards:

  • 2004 Wynne Landscape Prize, Art Gallery of NSW

  • 1999 Wynne Landscape Prize, Art Gallery of NSW

  • 1994 Tapestry Commission for the Law Courts, Brisbane

  • 1993 Tapestry for Victorian Tapestry Workshop Melbourne

  • 1993 Mural for Kansas City Zoo, USA

Price: $9,900 Purchase

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 Modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures and works on paper are displayed in three expansive, light-filled exhibition show-rooms and an extensive stockroom. We aim to be a place of experience and inspiration through art collections, sculpture park, exhibitions, programs, research and assistance.

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