Nola Yurnangurnu Campbell

Born 1948

Nola Campbell grew up travelling in the Country between Kiwirrkurra and Kunawarritji. She is related to people across the desert including, Charlie Wallabi Tjungurrayi and Josephine Nangala, whom she called father and mother, and her auntie, Kumpaya Girgaba. She was taken to Warburton as a young woman and there she married her first husband. She moved to Wiluna where she had her first child, and later married again in Patjarr.

Group Exhibitions

2009 Tjitirn-tjitirn Manta Kutu Kurukurra, Short St Gallery, Broome, WA
2009 Kutipitjaku Purti-Bush Tripping, Chapman Gallery, Canberra, ACT
2007 Western Desert Mob, Kutju One, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, The University of Western Australia, Perth, WA
2007 Patjarr Painters: Kayili Art Centre, Short St Gallery, Broome, WA
2007 24th Testra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT
2007 Desert Mob, Araluen Centre, Alice Springs, NT
2007 Kayili Canvas (Collaborative) Perth iNternational Arts Festival, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, The University of Western Australia, Perth, WA
2007 Kayili Canvas (Collaborative) Power & Beauty: Indigenous Art Now, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, VIC
2006 Desert Mob, Araluen Centre, Alice Springs, NT
2006 Patjarr, Short St Gallery, Broome, WA
2006 Kayili Artists New Works, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne, VIC
2005 Desert Mob, Araluen Centre, Alice Springs
2005 Rockhole to Rockhole Exhibition, Suzanne O'Connell Gallery, Brisbane, QLD
2004 Desert Mob, Araluen Centre, Alice Springs

Collections

Museum of Western Australia
Private Collections
Queensland Art Gallery
The Luczo Collection, San Fransisco, California
The Merenda Collection
The Lagerberg-Swift Collection
The Marshall Collection

Awards

2007 Finalist in the 24th Testra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award

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