Born c.1933, Gertie Huddleston lived and worked in Southern Arnhem Land. She painted a wide array of subjects in her highly individual and contemporary style, including bush berries, seeds, her traditional site of Ngukurr and Roper River.
The Gantner Myer Collection of Aboriginal Art, San Francisco.
Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth.
Flinders Art Museum, Adelaide.
1997 – Gertie Huddleston Solo Show, Shades of Ochre Gallery, Darwin.
1996 – Gertie Huddleston, Shades of Ochre Gallery, Darwin.
2011 – Ngukurr – The Place of Stones, featuring the artists Gertie Huddleston, Angelina George and Barney Ellaga at Muk Muk Fine Art, Alice Springs, NT.
2011 – Retrospective featuring Jean Birrel, Joshua Bonson, Lorna Fencer, Dinah Garadji, Angelina George, Billy Hogan, Gertie Huddleston, Mabel Jimarin, Norman Kinsley, Margaret Kundu, Theresa Lemon, Biddy Long, Dinny McDinny, Kieren McTaggart, Mona Rockman, Peggy Rockman, Eva Rogers, Joan Stokes, Pincher Talunga, Rosie Tasman, Prince of Wales, Sheena Wilfred, Rex Wilfred, Moima Willie, Regina Wilson at the Karen Brown Gallery, Darwin, NT.
2003 – 20th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
2002 Art Mob, Hobart.
2001 – Telstra 18th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Darwin.
1999 – 16th National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award.
1996 – Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London.
1995 – Hogarth Galleries, Sydney; Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London, UK; Shades of Ochre Gallery, Darwin.
1999 – Winner Open Painting Award, 16th National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award.
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