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Muluyatingki Marney

 
     
Mulyatingki Marney is the sister of fellow artists Donald Moko, May Wokka Chapman and Nancy Nyanjilpayi Chapman. She was born at Nyinyari, near the Canning Stock Route. Her country encompasses the Punmu, Kunawarritji and Karlamilyi River regions.

Mulyatingki walked extensively through this area with her family as a young girl. Following the death of her parents, the sisters continued to travel in the desert alone, though at times they would meet and travel with other family groups.

                



When her family saw white people for the first time, they hid from them in a cave until nighfall. With the construction of the Canning Stock Route in 1910, they increasingly came into contact with European and Martu drovers travelling along the Route.

Finally, following an extreme and prolonged drought, Mulyatingki’s family walked into Balfour Downs Station, where they were collected by mission staff and taken to Jigalong Mission. They were one of the last families to leave the desert. In 1982, after living for many years at Jigalong Mission, Mulyatingki returned to her homelands with the Return to Country movement. 








Mulyatingki Marney
'tali' - Sandhill Country

Acrylic on Canvas

61 x 91.5cm

$2,400

SOLD



Mulyatingki Marney
Pala Pala

Acrylic on Canvas

61 x 76cm

$2,160

SOLD


Mulyatingki Marney
Mulyatingki Marney'tali' - Sandhill Country

Acrylic on Canvas

71 x 51cm

$1,650

SOLD


Mulyatingki Marney
Mugadoo

Acrylic on Canvas

76 x 122cm

$4,200


Mulyatingki Marney
Ngurra (Home Country, Camp)

Acrylic on Canvas

51 x 71 cm

$1,650
SOLD



Mulyatingki Marney
Rawa

Acrylic on Canvas

71 x 61 cm

$2,120

SOLD



Mulyatingki Marne
pila - Flat Country Between Hills

Acrylic on Canvas

51 x 61 cm

$1,500

SOLD


Mulyatingki Marne
Canning Stock Route Wells,
Manyjilyjarra Country

Acrylic on Canvas

76 x 122cm

$4,200



SHIPPING + COLLECTION

Works can be shipped within Australia + internationally at an additional cost, or picked up directly from TDF Collect in Collingwood between 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday.

All artworks are oil on board, framed in Victorian Ash timber. 











INFORMATION

Due to the ongoing health crisis, we will announce exhibition opening details closer to the time as per the most up-to-date recommendations.  

‘Devotions’ by Lucy Roleff
Presales open  July 7th
Exhibition opens July 18th
Open until July 23rd


TDF Collect gallery hours:
Saturday 11am - 5pm
Sunday 11am - 3pm
Monday – Thursday, 10am-3pm. 
14 Little Oxford Street
Collingwood, 3066
Australia



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