Roseanne Pwerle b 1984 is a young emerging Utopian Artist who is quickly making a significant name for herself in the Aboriginal Art community. She comes from an important linage of established Aboriginal artists, Gracie Pwerle Morton is her mother and her aunts include Kathleen and Gloria Petyarre, all significant and collectable Aboriginal artists.
Roseanne Pwerle paints bush tucker stories, specifically the dreaming story of the leaf and roots of the Bush Yam and important waterhole Dreamings. Her work is characterized by vibrant designs celebrating the spirit of the yam plant as it generates year after year to provide food to the Anmatjerra people.
Original & Authentic Aboriginal Art is a member of the City of Melbourne’s Indigenous Code of conduct that ensures the ethical treatment of artists and ensures the authenticity and provenance of the paintings.