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Ms Craig has been engaged in art practice and education since the mid-1990s. She was selected as a finalist in the 2010 Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize. Jingalu was also the first recipient of the NSW Ministry for the Indigenous Arts Award Fellowship and 2000 Design, Hand Painted Awards.
Jingalu has conducted a lectures series on Indigenous Art in the USA and has produced a number of commissions in that country and in Australia. More recently, she has been featured in the Saltwater Freshwater Arts Book.
Her art provides a window into her culture and childhood as she grew into the artist she now is. Her pieces are vibrantly coloured, and deeply spiritual and meaningful.
"I paint stories from my life experiences, from the Dreamtime in my area, from my family's experiences and from the overall history of Aboriginal Australia," says Jingalu.
Jingalu Craig's brilliant and distinctive original artworks are now available for purchase through the IA Store.
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