Polly Ngale [c1940-]

Born into the Anmatyarr tribe, Polly commenced painting with acrylics and canvas in the late 1970s after helping to pioneer the Utopia batik movement. She often helped her sister, renowned artist Kathleen Ngale and the late great Emily Kame Kngwarreye with whom she shared the same country. Polly is a senior custodian of the Bush Plum [Anwekety] Dreaming and as a respected Utopian artist Polly's works are now keenly sort after by local and overseas collectors alike. Her works feature in several prominent and prestigious public and private international collections including The World Bank in Washington, USA.