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Ngaarrigili means the other side. In this painting I want to show the colours of my land. The country has changed over the years and isn’t the same as how my ancestors knew it. The natural landscape has bring new shapes and colours to our beautiful country, but you can still feel how it was before.
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Arkeria Rose Armstrong

Arkeria Rose Armstrong, a vibrant young female Gamilaraay artist, was born in a small town in South Australia called Ceduna in 1988 to Stephanie and Robert Armstrong.

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Why Maliyaa?

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  • Great service
  • Years of experience

Story

Ngaarrigili means the other side. In this painting I want to show the colours of my land. The country has changed over the years and isn’t the same as how my ancestors knew it. The natural landscape has bring new shapes and colours to our beautiful country, but you can still feel how it was before.
Read More ▾

Arkeria Rose Armstrong

Arkeria Rose Armstrong, a vibrant young female Gamilaraay artist, was born in a small town in South Australia called Ceduna in 1988 to Stephanie and Robert Armstrong.

See more

Story

Ngaarrigili means the other side. In this painting I want to show the colours of my land. The country has changed over the years and isn’t the same as how my ancestors knew it. The natural landscape has bring new shapes and colours to our beautiful country, but you can still feel how it was before.
Read More ▾

Arkeria Rose Armstrong

Arkeria Rose Armstrong, a vibrant young female Gamilaraay artist, was born in a small town in South Australia called Ceduna in 1988 to Stephanie and Robert Armstrong.

See more

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