Coralee Johnson
Gordon Barney, © Warmun Arts, Turkey Creek, WA
Picture of Coralee Johnson
In this painting, Coralee has painted country around her painting community in Turkey Creek. The brightly colored hills in Coralee's painting are the Bungle Bungle Range in Punululu National Park. This rock mass was laid down about 360 million years ago and its unusual formations have given the part the distincition of being designated a World Heritage Area. This is the country of many Kija and Djaru peoples Dreaming stories.

USD $185, mounted on stretcher bars
Coralee Johnson is a "young painter" working out of Warmun Arts Center in Turkey Creek, WA. She is the daughter of two distinguished Warmun painters, Jane Yalunga and Jimbo Johnson, and is the granddaughter of one of Australia's greatest painters, Rover Thomas.

Coralee's work is characterized by themes associated with country around Warmun, including country around the Bungle Bungles (Purnululu).


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Purnululu Rocks, 2007

Additional Artist Information

Coralee Johnson is a "Young Artist" and is just beginning her painting career. Please review our "Young Artists" information sheet (by clicking on this link) for more information about our policy for sales of art by young and emerging Aboriginal artists.

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