Aboriginal Artist Alison Riley Munti

Alison Riley Munti

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  • My Country - © Alison Riley Munti
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Alison Riley Munti

Alison Riley Munti

Language Group

Pitjantjatjara

Area

APY Lands, SA

Alison Riley Munti comes from the community of Amata, which is situated in the APY (Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara) Lands in South Australia. The APY Lands is situated in the top left corner of South Australia, on the borders of the Northern Territory, Western Australia and South Australia. Alison is the daughter of Betty Munti, who is a highly regarded and talented artist. As a young child, Alison spent her childhood in the community of Ernabella, before moving to Amata in the 1990s. During her school years, Alison learnt the technique of Batik, and learnt to paint her family’s Dreaming stories from her mother.

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  • My Country - © Alison Riley Munti
  • My Country - © Alison Riley Munti
  • My Country - © Alison Riley Munti