Leah Brady

Leah Brady
Wanampi Tjukurpa / Piltati

2023

acrylic on linen

196.00 x 196.00 cm

inscribed verso: artist's name and APY Adelaide Studio cat. 51-23AS

$14,500.00

Leah Brady
Wanampi Tjukurpa / Piltati

2023

acrylic on linen

167.00 x 200.00 cm

inscribed verso: artist's name and APY Adelaide Studio cat. 21-23AS

$12,000.00

Leah Brady
Wanampi Tjukurpa / Piltati

2022

acrylic on linen

300.00 x 200.00 cm

inscribed verso: artist's name and APY Studio cat. 532-22AS

Leah Brady
Wanampi Tjukurpa / Piltati

2023

acrylic on linen

200.00 x 200.00 cm

inscribed verso: artist's name and APY Adelaide Studio cat. 380-23

sold 

Leah Brady

2023

portrait of the artist

image courtesy of APY Art Centre Collective

Leah Brady
Two Snake Brothers and their wives

2021

acrylic on Belgian linen

243.00 x 197.50 cm

APY Art Centre cat. 547-21AS

Leah Brady
Wanampi Tjukurpa / Piltati

2022

acrylic on linen

197.00 x 181.00 cm

APY Studio cat. 237-22AS

Leah Brady
Wanampi Tjukurpa / Piltati

2022

acrylic on linen

199.00 x 200.00 cm

inscribed verso: artist's name APY Studio cat. 654-22AS

sold 

Leah Brady
Piltati tjukurpa

2021

acrylic on linen

200.00 x 200.00 cm

APY Studio cat. 20-21AS

Leah was a Finalist in the 2021 Wynne Prize at the AGNSW with this work.


Leah Brady was born in 1962 in Pukatja, a community in the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia. She comes from a line of important regional leaders. Her mother was a founding director of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Women’s Council, and her family has been involved in cultural tourism initiatives for the APY Lands.

Piltati is the well-known tjukurpa of two snake brothers and their wives, who are sisters, who lived near Piltati, west of Amata.

Leah Brady
Wanampi Tjukurpa (Piltati)

2020

acrylic on linen

243.00 x 198.00 cm

APY Studio cat. 215-20AS

Leah was a Finalist in the 2020 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Awards (NAATSIA) with this work.

Leah Brady
Piltarti tjukurpa

2020

acrylic on linen

198.00 x 244.00 cm

APY Studio cat. 306-20AS

Leah was a Finalist in the 2020 Wynne Prize at the AGNSW with this work.

"I am painting a really important place located between Amata and Nyapari communities on the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia – the Piltarti tjukurpa and rock hole. My grandmother was pregnant with my mother at the top of the hill overlooking this rock hole.

My mother, Nganyinytja, was an important leader who started the NPY Women’s Council. I have my own commitment to leadership now, having helped senior women start the APY Gallery and Studio for Aṉangu in Adelaide last year; this is where I paint every day I can. I celebrate my culture and work beside other women who have moved to Adelaide. It’s a piece of the APY Lands in the city."

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