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Beverley Cameron – Going to the Football

$895.00 inc. GST

Football Ananyi – We’re going to the football – and the car is full.

The converging of Toyotas and anangu (people) travelling through country to get to the football for the APY semi-finals of AFL football is humorously and accurately depicted. It reflects the intense level involvement of anangu on the APY Lands and their passion for football. The dogs are left behind.

Dimensions: 50 x 51 cm

Media: acrylic on Belgian linen

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SKU: KA83-22 Category: Tags: , ,



Beverley Cameron was born in a creek at Ayeronga in 1957. She is of both Pitjantjatjara and Luritja language groups. Her father’s country is Tjimpi Downs and her mother’s place is Ayeronga. Beverley lived at Nyapari commuity and painted at Tjungu Palya until relocating to Fregon in 2014. She lives with her daughter Carol Stevens, who is also an artist at Kaltjiti Arts. Beverley has three children

Fregon is in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara/ Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, far north west of South Australia.

Painting certificate Going to the football