aboriginal artist: Rosalie Miller Jugadai Napaltjarri

Rosalie Miller Jugadai Napaltjarri was born in 1950 at Haasts Bluff. She is the daughter of Tilau Nangala and Henry Jugadai, whose younger brother Two Bob Tjungurrayi painted for many years with Paddy Carroll Tjungurrayi for Papunya Tula Ar sts at Three Mile outsta on Papunya. Rosalie’s family moved to Papunya where she a ended Papunya School and later worked in the pre-school as an Educa on Assistant. She married Frank Miller and they had five children: sons Henry and Ewella, and daughters Ceecee, Heidi and Nana. Rosalie now lives at Five Mile ousta on, Papunya, where her first canvases were painted for the inaugural Papunya Tjupi exhibi on at Ivan Dougherty Gallery in 2007. Rosalie was taught to paint by her mother Tilau, who also taught Rosalie’s daughters Heidi and Nana. Rosalie’s pain ngs usually depict the Bush Onion story for Karrinyarra, her father’s Dreaming.

Group Exhibitions
2017 Papunya Tjupi Arts : Incinerator, Willoughby, Sydney; Honey Ant Gallery
2016 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair : Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin
2015 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair : Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin
2014 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair : Darwin Convention Centre
2014 Ngurra Nganampa (Community) : Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane 2013 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair : Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin
2012 Exploring Colour : Artitja Fine Art, Perth
2008 Papunya Tjupi: A new beginning : Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Paddington