• Uncle Sandy (on Wood) Proof
  • Ian Waldron Portrait Img 1095

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About the artist: IAN WALDRON

  • Language: Kurtjar
  • Region: Gulf of Carpentaria QLD

Ian worked in various industries before studying Visual Arts at the Northern Territory University in the mid-1990’s. Throughout his art practice he pays tribute to the story of the Kurtjar people in his homeland of the Gulf off Carpentaria. Ian has worked prolifically in his studio in Far North Qld over the last years and developed a number of series, focusing on paintings and installations.

Recurring subject matter in his works comprises characters, sites and memories which are import to the artist such as Bloodwood totem and black cockatoo. Ian was the winner of the 2010 Glover Prize, Tasmania and has been selected as a finalist times in the Wynne Prize at the AGNSW. His works are held in numerous private and public collections nationally.

Carpentaria (Uncle Sandy)

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AUD$1,100
Size: 79w x 55h cms
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Archival ink on Aluboard

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Artist’s Proof

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Additional Information

About the artist: IAN WALDRON

  • Language: Kurtjar
  • Region: Gulf of Carpentaria QLD

Ian worked in various industries before studying Visual Arts at the Northern Territory University in the mid-1990’s. Throughout his art practice he pays tribute to the story of the Kurtjar people in his homeland of the Gulf off Carpentaria. Ian has worked prolifically in his studio in Far North Qld over the last years and developed a number of series, focusing on paintings and installations.

Recurring subject matter in his works comprises characters, sites and memories which are import to the artist such as Bloodwood totem and black cockatoo. Ian was the winner of the 2010 Glover Prize, Tasmania and has been selected as a finalist times in the Wynne Prize at the AGNSW. His works are held in numerous private and public collections nationally.

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