Amanda Conway-Jones – “Black- Anther Flax-Lily”

Current bid: $175.00

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The plant has purple berries and the juice from the berries help fight colds. I have used purple in this piece to represent the berries.

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Dimensions: 30 x 60cm

Item condition: New

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Auction ends: 31/05/2018 9:00 pm
Timezone: Australia/Sydney

Current bid: $175.00

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Amanda Conway-Jones is a Ngarrindjeri woman and artist, born in Victor Harbor, South Australia in 1985. Growing up she experienced the best of both worlds living the farm life 12kms out of coastal country town of Victor Harbor.

Her father was a boat builder so the water and the ocean have always been a big part of her life. Amanda’s painting style is dot work and the bright colours from the coastal country hometown and the ocean are represented through her paintings.

Amanda has been painting from a very young age and her style is contemporary Aboriginal dot art. Amanda has always enjoyed painting and the calm that it brings. Amanda hopes to continue creating pieces that are inspiring and brighten peoples day with her choice of colours.



RAW Splendour Exhibition June 4th 2015 at The Currumbin RSL, QLD

RAW Signature Exhibition April 1st 2016 at The Producers, SA

Malpa Wiru Good Friends From June 2016 to July 2016 at Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa, SA

Lets Take The Next Steps Exhibition May 29th 2017 at the Living Kaurna Cultural Centre, SA

Uwankara Together Exhibition From June 2017 to July 2017 at Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa, SA

Tarnanthi Exhibition October 11th 2017 at The Hahndorf Academy, SA

Victor Harbor Rotary Art Show 2018 , 13th January to 20th January 2018

Upcoming Exhibitions:

February 2018 Japingka Aboriginal Art Gallery, WA

Auction History

Date Bid User Auto
23/05/2018 10:51 pm$175.00lyndal.n
15/05/2018 11:25 pm$125.00jodifrankland
01/05/2018 9:00 amAuction started

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