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Lived/Active: Australia      Known for: painting

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Malcolm Ellis was a Noongar artist working in the South West of Australia in the 1960’s and 1970’s.   He was greatly influenced by the works of the Carrolup School students who’s distinct style has become synonymous with the Noongar people.   A number of his works are held in the Berndt Museum of Anthropology Collection, UWA and he has been represented in a number of exhibitions including ‘The Legacy of Koorah Coolingah’ 2009 at the Powerhouse Museum Brisbane and ‘Aboriginal Artists of the South West, Past and Present’ 2000 at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery Perth.   In the ‘Aboriginal Artists of the South West, Past and Present’ exhibition catalogue, it was written about his paintings that they “remain a testimony to his acute powers of observation, and his delight at the coming of each new day. His works often resemble images of some sort of ‘Garden of Eden’, resplendent in energetic colours of sunrises and sunsets. These are celebrations of the memory of his own country, the South West.” (2000, pg. 13)

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