Jessie Nungarrayi Bartlett is a Pintupi/Warlpiri woman from Kiwirrkurra/Lake MacKay (Wilkinkarra) in Western Australia.

Jessie was bought up on remote outstations around Kintore (Warlungurru) west of Alice Springs, before moving to Alice Springs at the age of 8 for schooling and to learn to speak, read and write English.

Wayne Weaver has lead a colorful life following a passion for art, youth and teaching and has had his work exhibited all over the world.

Sent prison in 1984 Wayne spent his time developing his own art as well as encouraging the artistic talent of his fellow inmates by using art as therapy.

Armed with a BA in Fine Arts he has been teaching art since the early days of his lengthy incarceration.

Robert Henderson, Wiradjuri, is the principal artist and owner of The Henderson Gallery and Birrang Coffee. Robert produces original narrative works drawn from Wiradjuri Culture, history and spirituality. Robert also produces commentary works, portraiture; as well as Commission works by request.

Kane Brunjes is a Ungari man from Murgon. He is an artist whose practice spans both public and gallery realms. He currently studies Visual Arts at the Queensland University of Technology.
Through creating art Brunjes aims to solidify and represent a visual portrayal of how he observes and reacts to the environment surrounding him.

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