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Born c1922, Emily Pwerle is the younger sister of the famous late Minnie Pwerle. Now in her late 80's, she lives in the small settlement of Irrultja in Utopia. She began painting as late as 2004 when Barbara Weir, her older sister Minnie's daughter, organised a workshop for the women of the settlement.
2019 - Landscape Colours, Japingka Gallery, Perth
2007 - "New Works from Utopia", Space Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
2007 - Annual group exhibition, APS Bendi Lango Art Exhibition with Rio Tinto, Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane, QLD
2007 - 'Treasures of the Spirit - Investing in Aboriginal Art', Tandanya Cultural Institute, Adelaide, SA
2007 - Group Exhibition, Australian Embassy, Washington, USA
2007 - 'Desert Diversity', Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2007 - Annual Group Exhibition 'Shalom', University of NSW, Shalom Department, Kensington, NSW
2007 - 'Utopia in New York' Robert Steele Gallery, New York. USA
2007 - 'Standing on Ceremony', Tandanya Cultural Institute, Adelaide, SA
2007 - Permanent exhibition, Dacou Adelaide, Port Adelaide, SA
2006/07 - Group exhibition, Fireworks Gallery, Brisbane, QLD
2006 - Group Exihibition, "The Pwerle Sisters', Artmob Gallery, Hobart, TAS
2006 - Group exhibition, APS Bendi Lango Art Exhibition, Rio Tinto Offices, Melbourne, VIC
2006 - Group Exhibition, 'The Pwerle Sisters,' Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2005 - Group exhibition, Gallery Savah, Sydney, NSW
2005 - Group exhibition, Mbantua Gallery, Alice Springs, NT
2005 - Permanent exhibition and collection, Dacou Australia, Rosewater, SA
Mbantua Gallery Permanent Collection, Alice Springs
Dacou Australia, Rosewater, SA.
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Awelye Womenâ€™s Ceremony, Body Paint Designs
Synthetic Polymer Paint on Linen and Canvas