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

Johanna Parker

Pirra (leaves) by Johanna Parker

Pirra (leaves) by Johanna Parker

Johanna creates artwork which reflects Murriwarri living, past and present.  Her meat, skin, totem is the parna (sand goanna). Johanna’s spiritual Tribal totem is the Puthuul (Blue Crane). She works with oils, acrylics, gouache, inks, water colours and pastels and also carves ceramics, wood, and glass. Johanna is also a photographer and photographic printer.

To contact Johanna for any of her works email : parkerjohannafirstname@yahoo.com.au

All artwork is copyright to the artist. Any reproductions without the artists consent will be seen in breach of copyright. To contact the artist phone 68 222 484

Land Connections Johanna Parker

‘Land Connections’ by Johanna Parker

Tortoise and Yabby Dreaming by Johanna Parker

Tortoise and Yabby Dreaming by Johanna Parker

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‘Snail Trail’ Acrylic on canvas by Johanna Parker

A Milkiri (ant dance coroboree). Acrylic on canvas by Johanna Parker

A Milkiri (ant dance coroboree). Acrylic on canvas by Johanna Parker

Catfish and Yellowbelly by Johanna Parker Acrylic on canvas

Catfish and Yellowbelly by Johanna Parker
Acrylic on canvas

Kuthara- Kalkara (many children family) by Johanna Parker

Kuthara- Kalkara (many children family) by Johanna Parker

 

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