Cowboy Louis Pwerle

Cowboy Louis Pwerle

  • Artist’s Statement

    His name comes from both his reputation as a stockman and his fancy dress.
    His paintings are usually entitled “Men’s Business” and utilise traditional men’s sand painting motifs to represent the process of
    Initiation Ceremonies in a precise technique of fine “dotting”.

  • Biography

    Cowboy Louis Pwerle (sometimes spelled “Louie”) is an Eastern Anmatyerre man who was
    born circa 1950 at Old McDonald Station and now lives at Mosquito Bore (Lyentye) in the
    Utopia Homelands, Central Australia.

  • Awards

    The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne has acquired a piece by Cowboy for their
    collection, and he has been collected and exhibited overseas by Hank Ebes as part of the
    “Nangara” collection.

  • Website

    https://australian-aboriginal-art.blogspot.com/2011/09/cowboy-louis.html

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Cowboy Louis Pwerle

Bush Turkey
75 x 120 x 3 cm ACRYLIC ON CANVAS $3,500.00

Cowboy Louis Pwerle

Bush Turkey
120 x 180 x 3 cm Acrylic on Linen $9,500.00