Fay Clayton is the second eldest in a family of thirteen children. She is one of the active member of Stolen Generations.
With the "Goo Gah" or "Goanna" as her Totem, Fay is from the Wiradjuri Tribe, the largest tribe from New South Wales area.
Fay Clayton is inspired by the art of Albert Namatjira and Emily Kngwarreye. Her goal is to keep her family stories alive and to encourage the continuity of artwork through her family via her paintings.
Fay has the strong belief that everyone has a story to tell and her paintings allow that storytelling to link the “Dreamtime” past to present.
The works of Fay Clayton are sought around the World with many high profile celebrities including Baz Lurman and Ernie Dingo being collectors of her paintings.
You are welcome to visit the art gallery to see Fay Clayton and other aboriginal artists artwork on Canvas, Boomerang, Pottery, Coolamon and Didgeridoo at: KARLANGU ABORIGINAL ART CENTRE, 47 York Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
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