Kirralaa Karrimbi is a Nyungar (noong-uh) woman whose family originated from Western Australia and is the second daughter of award winning artist Koorie Kirra.
Kirralaa's mother has been a huge influence and guiding force in her spiritual and artistic development, passing on her knowledge of the dreamtime and the stories from her own life and surroundings as well as her heritage and her mother's experience growing up
She has won awards for her work and does not limit herself to painting on canvas. She has a vast range of products including pottery, Emu Eggs, Artefacts and more.
Kirralaa Karrimbi moved to Gold Coast in Queensland during the mid 1990's where she has been working professionally for many years as an Indigenous artist. Her desire is to concentrate on producing quality work in both the traditional Nyungar style and in her own contemporary style.
One of her main goals is to support her community by promoting Authentic Australian Indigenous art of a very high standard.
Each piece Kirralaa produces is unique and has its own story to tell.
You are welcome to visit the art gallery t see Kirralaa Karrimbi and other aboriginal artists artwork on canvas, didgeridoo, boomerang, pottery and colamon at: KARLANGU ABORIGINAL ART CENTRE, 47 York Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia.
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