Sabrina Robertson Nangala is a talented artist from the remote Aboriginal community “Yuendumu” in the Tanami Desert region of Central Australia (293kms northwest of Alice Springs, Northern Territory).
Sabrina is the daughter of highly acclaimed artist, the late Dorothy Napangardi. Dorothy tragically died in a car accident near Alice Springs while on a hunting trip, on 1st June 2013.
Alongside her sister Julie Robertson Nangala, the sisters are fast becoming recognised as being at the forefront of the new generation of exciting contemporary Indigenous Australian artists. The sisters have developed their own unique style of symmetrically organic composition, with an expertly mixed vivid colour pallet.
Like their mother Dorothy, the inspiration for both of the sisters artworks are related to significant ceremonial sites in their ancestral land “Mina Mina’ in the Tanami Desert.