Eunice Napanangka Jack

Eunice was born in 1940 at Lupul in the Sir Frederick Ranges.

When Eunice was a little girl, and like so many other Aboriginal families at the me, shortages of food forced her family east towards the ration stations being set up in central Australia. She remembers the travels with her family very vividly and refers to it as when her mother carried her piggy back all the way from Western Australia to Haasts Bluff.

See more of Eunice’s artwork at Ikuntji Artists

Installation Grounded 2017