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EXHIBITION runs 19 July – 1 August 2024
at Black Stump Gallery Broome

Collection available to preview & purchase Friday 19 July 10am

Juwurlinji (Bow River) & My Father’s Country Warlawoon – ‘Reaching for the Stars’
By Warmun artist Kathy Ramsay


Friday 19 July 5-7pm

Enjoy music, wine and light refreshments


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About The Artist

Kathy Ramsay is one of Warmun Art Centre’s most prolific, exciting and versatile artists carrying on the legacy of her artistic family. The daughter of artists Ramsey and Mona Ramsay, and the granddaughter of the late Timmy Timms.

Kathy only begun painting in 2013, yet has already been included in numerous group exhibitions and private collections across Australia and internationally. In 2015, Kathy was selected for Revealed, a biennial art event celebrating emerging Aboriginal artists in Western Australia.

Of her work Kathy says, “I only started painting in 2013. I like to join in and be sharing a part of my country. My mother and my grandfather always told us what this place means, what the names are, and all those Ngarranggarni (Dreaming) stories. Now, with all this painting, I’ll be the one to tell them to my kids.”

Kathy paints with Warmun Art Centre, which is owned and governed by Gija people of the Eastern Kimberly regions of Western Australia. Warmun Art was established in 1998 and looks to celebrate and encourage the expression of Gija culture through the arts in addition to supporting the ongoing development of emerging and established artists. 100% of income generated by Warmun Arts is returned to the community.