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Date of birth : 1960

Language : Ganalbingu

Clan : Gurrumba Gurrumba

Social Affiliations : Yirritja moiety

 

The son of George Milpurrurru, George Pascoe was taught to paint by his father and has also been influenced by father’s sister, Dorothy Djukulul, and his father’s brothers, Charlie Djurritjini and Jimmy Djelminy.

George has been painting since 1998 and shows great promise as a Yolngu artist following in his father’s footsteps. He has refined his style over this time and added his own interpretations of the powerful Ganalbingu people’s creation stories.


Select Group Exhibitions:
1999  Ramingining Art.  High on Art, Melbourne Victoria
1999  Bula’bula Artists.  Michel Sourgnes Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane Qld
2000  Dhutunungu.  Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Paddington NSW
2000  Bula’bula Arts.  The Bull Ring, World Square, Sydney  NSW
2003, Out of the Dilly Bag, Bright!, St Kilda, Victoria
2003, Resonance: Recent works from Ramingining, Hill-Smith Fine Art Gallery, Adelaide
2004, Ramingining Rom: Paintings and Objects from Bulabula Arts Aboriginal Corporation, Central Arnhem Land, Fremantle Arts Centre, Western Australia
2005, Gamununggu Ganalbingu: Ganalbingu Painters, Indigenart, Perth
2006, 13 Canoes (an Adelaide Fringe event), South Australian Museum, Adelaide
2006, Many many canoes: An exhibition in celebration of the film Ten Canoes, Tandanya, National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide

Collections:
Cockatoo School, Melbourne
University of Queensland Art Museum, Queensland


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