Molly Nampitjin Miller

Molly (Nampitjin) Miller was born in the bush in 1948, "a bush baby". She went to Warburton mission for her schooling and lived in a dormitory with all the other girls. Her family stayed in the camp at the mission. She married and her husband took her to Amata where she had her five children.
Mrs Miller is a strong and founding figure for Ninuku Arts and respected elder within Kalka Community. She comes from a strong artistic family, her brother and sisters are Dr Pantjiti Mary McClean, Jimmy Donegan (Telstra Award Winner 2010) and Elaine Lane from Blackstone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Examples of Artist's Work

Mamu Tjukurpa 2010 153 x 183cm acrylic on linen


Mamu Tjukurpa 2011 147 x 120cm acrylic on linen