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Polly Pawuya Butler-Jackson

Warakurna: All the stories got into our minds and eyes

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Polly Pawuya Butler-Jackson portrait.
Photo: Edwina Circuitt.

Polly Pawuya Butler-Jackson

Born 1957, Panaka skin group.

Polly Pawuya Butler-Jackson was born at a soak called Yulpigari, close to Partupirri (Bunglebiddy) rock-hole.

As a child she travelled on foot with her family in country to the northwest of Warakurna. She went to school at Warburton Mission and then to Pink Lake High School in Esperance, on the south coast of Western Australia.

Paintings by this artist

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