Dinny Kunoth Kemarra
Dinny Kunoth Kemarre was born in Utopia, Central Australia in 1954. He is a respected sculptor and artist within his Anmatyerre community. During his younger years he worked at many cattle stations in this area. In the 1980's he moved to Soakage Bore where iconic (dec) artists like Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Minnie Pwerle and Lily Sandover were living and painting.
Nowadays he loves playing and singling in the Baptist Church at Camel Camp and enjoy horse racing at Harts Range Races.
Dinny's wife Josie (also a painter) and nince children share this passion.
Dinny's work is unique for this area - he paints life as he sees it. His naive impressions full of minute detail has made his work both exciting and highly collectible.
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