Desart Photography Prize Sub-pages About20192018201720162015201420132012 Desart Photography Prize 2019 Bruce Inkamala Papunya Eagle, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 26.8 x 54.8 cm $200 Edition of 10 This picture is of Rusty. He’s pretty clever for a young guy and funny too. He’s always making people laugh – putting on voices and singing songs and telling stories. He’s standing in front of a big mural all the young fellas painted a few weeks ago. It turned out really good and everyone likes it. They made it with the art centre. Scott Wilford Natural Artist, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 29. x 32.6 cm $150 Edition of 10 This was the first time I used the camera, it’s a photo of my wife Dulcie, the natural artist. Shekayla Major A trip to Kalipinypa, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 38.5 x 58.0 cm $200 Edition of 10 A photo I took of one of the toyotas while travelling to Kalipinypa, a sacred dreaming site located north east of Kintore. Tamisha Williams Jarntu Ninami Kapi Ka, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 38.5 X 58.0 cm $200 Edition of 10 In this photo I like that you can see the clouds in shapes and that the trees are in focus even behind my house windows. In the water you can see a reflection of the sky and the dog is there in the reflection. Roxanne Carroll Tjitji Kungka, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 22.5 X 29.8 cm $100 Edition of 10 Cornelius Ebatarinja Because they are always here, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 29.1 x 31.4 cm $180 Edition of 10 Because they are always here, those kids, hanging around in the art room, playing on the play ground, watching their grandmothers and mother sewing, learning because they are always here, I thought to take a photo of them. Corban Clause Williams Tamisha Pointing, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 36.5 x 54.8 cm $200 Edition of 10 She is looking around for gum from the tree, pointing at the warta (tree) with all the tasty gum there. Hayley Coulthard Untitled, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 29.0 x 42.2 cm $150 Edition of 10 This is West of Hermannsburg, 8 Mile Outstation. People from outstation love Mt Sonder, even little kids. We love to look at Mt Sonder and in the red sandhills we go looking for bush flower ‘lupa’. Kids love ‘lupa’ flower and parkeelya flowers. They pick them up from sand hills and outstation. All the little kids are taking them back to plant them and grow them up. My grandmother showed me how to put them in my hair and around my neck to make a necklace, that is why I’m showing my nieces. Henry Farmer Bob Gibson painting at Docker River, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 38.5 x 57.8 cm $200 Edition of 10 Henry’s image is of fellow artist, Bob Gibson. This candid image shows the bond between Henry and Bob, who tends to be very camera shy, only allowing those close to him to take his photograph. Jade Butler Claudia at Pangkupirri, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 37.2 x 58cm $200 Edition of 10 Jade has recently been employed as an art worker at Tjukurla art centre and has enjoyed documenting the recent day trip with the school to Pankupirri, an important cultural site. This photograph of her daughter Claudia was taken on that trip. Even though Claudia is yet to start school, she proudly wore the Tjukurla school uniform and learned alongside the older children. The community elders helped the children find maku, demonstrated how to grind seeds for damper, and taught the tjukurpa of the site. Janita Angie Simpson Painting in Yulpul, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 39. 4 x 59.4 cm $200 Edition of 10 This paint is for Wokka. I took this photo at Yulpul camp. I like the colours of white, red and orange. Julieanne Farmer Lara Bell at Docker River, 2019 Digital print on cotton rag 20 x 29. 8cm $100 Edition of 10 This Photograph is of Julieanne’s daughter, Lara Bell, who was visiting the Docker River art centre one afternoon after school.