Living Arts and Culture is a place to promote and celebrate indigenous arts and cultures in the far west region of NSW.

Johanna Parker

'Krystal'. Photograph by Johanna Parker

Krystal by Johanna Parker

 

 

 

 

 

Johanna Parker is a descendant of the Muruwari tribe of South Queensland and North West NSW. She is a professional Indigenous artist who creates artworks which reflect Muruwari living, past and present. A photographer who also practices in computer graphic, Johanna is a mother of six who has lived in and worked out of Lightning Ridge for 11 years. Her meat, skin and totem is the parna (sand goanna). Her spiritual Tribal totem is the Puthuul (Blue Crane).

To contact Johanna for any of her work’s email – parkerjohannafirstname@yahoo.com.au

'Billy Roy, Tribal Boy'. Photograph by Johanna Parker

Billy Roy, Tribal Boy by Johanna Parker

Tiarni Spirit Dance by Johanna Parker

Tiarni Spirit Dance by Johanna Parker

Krystal waiting for the sun to go. Photography by Johanna Parker

Krystal waiting for the sun to go by Johanna Parker

 

 

 

 

 

Johanna Parker - Sky, Water, Land Creatures

Sky, Water, Land Creatures by Johanna Parker

 

"Brolga's Strength"

Brolga’s Strength by Johanna Parker

Sky, Water, Land Creatures and Brolga’s Strength are recent (2016) paintings which Johanna is exhibiting in the Outback Archies annual exhibition and art prize held in Coonamble from September-October.

All works presented are with the full knowledge of the artist and are bound under copyright. Any further reproductions without consent are in breach of copyright. Please contact artists or Outback Arts for permission on 02) 68222484

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