Gladys Kemarre also known as Glady Kemarre was born in 1937 on Mount Swan Station (as stated by Gladys Kemarre), Northern Territory.
Like most women aboriginal artists of her time, Gladys started with making Batiks. Later on, around late 1970 she started painting with acrylic on canvas. She took part in a Summer Project, Utopia Women's Painting (first works on canvas) 1988-1989.
Gladys Kemarre's Dreamings consist of Bush Plums, Wild Flowers and Bush men.
Aboriginal Art Museum, The Netherlands
The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
The Holmes a Court Collection, Perth
Major Overseas Exhibitions:
1996 - Nangara: The Australian Aboriginal Art Exhibition from the Ebbes Collection, Brugge, Belgium
1996 - Voices of the Earth: Paintings, Photography and Sculpture from Aboriginal Australia, Seoul, South Korea, Calcutta, India
1997 - Exposition collective, art d' Australie Equation
You are welcome to visit the art Gallery to view Gladys Kemarre and other aboriginal artists artwork on Linen/Canvas, Coolamon, Didgeridoo, Boomerang and Pottery at: KARLANGU ABORIGINAL ART CENTRE, 47 Yor St, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
There are no other artworks available for this artist.