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Bula'bula Artists

Billy Black
Philip Gudthaykudthay
Dorothy Djukulul
Jimmy Moduk
Namiyal Bopirri
Richard Birrinbirrin
Bobby Bunungurr
Roy Burnyila
Charlie Djurritjini
Johnny Pascoe
JB Fisher
Peter Girirrkirirr
Gladys Womati
Michael Dawu
May Yamanggarra
Rita Gotjabawuy
George Pascoe Jnr
Graham Milmarupuy
Shirley Banalanydju
Peter Gambung
Jimmy Moduk (2)
Francis Rrikili
Seline Galalanga
Peter Djigirr
Margie Milkirrindji
Kathleen Malpamba
Robyn Djunginy
Evonne Munuyngu

Robyn Djunginy
Judy Baypungala
Elizabeth Djuttara
Clara Matjandatjpi
Marley Djangirri
Belinda Gunydjulma
Mary Dhapalany
Samantha Gawingu
Norma Cameron
Evonne Munuyngu

Bobby Bunungurr
Philip Gudthaykudthay
Richard Birrinbirrin
Roy Burnyila
Shirley Banalanydju
Billy Black
Johnny Pascoe
Kathleen Malpampa
Clara Matjandatjpi
Margie Milkirrinydji
Charlie Djurritjini

Bula’bula artists are renowned for their distinctive bark and canvas paintings, dupun (hollow logs), yidaki (didgeridu), and fibre art such as mindirr (dilly bags), bush string bags and beautifully woven mats. In addition to also producing limited edition prints on paper, Bula’bula Arts occasionally produces locally designed screen-printed fabric and t-shirts.

Ramingining has produced many artists of renown, including Paddy Dhathangu (1914-1993), George Milpurrurru (1934-1998) and David Malangi (1927-1999), who is famous for the use his artwork on the Australian one dollar note, which was in currency until 1982. Working painters currently include Philip Gudthaykudthay, Dorothy Djukulul, Namiyal Bopirri, Jimmy Moduk, Charlie Djurritjini, Richard Birrinbirrin, Peter Minygululu, Roy Burnyila and Bobby Bununggurr.Bula’bula also has some very accomplished fibre artists. They include Judy Baypungala, Elizabeth Djuttara (1942-2010), Robyn Djunginy and Clara Matjandatjpi (Wubugwubuk), who was commissioned by SOCOG to produce large fibre forms for the Sydney 2000 Olympics.