aboriginal artist: Langaliki Lewis

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Langaliki Lewis, born 1973

Langaliki is the daughter of senior artist Ati palku intjalki (painter) and Adrian intjalki (timber artist) and mother to three daughters. Her sister is the highly skilled potter Lynette Lewis. She went to school in Ernabella and then Adelaide. On returning from Adelaide she began working at the Ernabella TAFE and later the community office and store. She is an up and coming artist who is showing great promise in her sensitive depictions of her country on canvas. Her ceramics were exhibited at Sabbia Gallery in Sydney in 2014 and her paintings at Short St Gallery Broome, Talapi Gallery, Alice Springs and Tunbridge Gallery, Subiaco among others.


2020 Spring Salon Art – Artitja Fine Art, York, WA
2019 Summer Salon – APY Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2018 Spring Salon Art + Objects, York Festival, Artitja Fine Art, York WA
2018 Bold and Beautiful – Talapi Gallery, Alice Springs NT
2017 Keeping the Fire Alive: New Paintings and Ceramics by the Artsit of Ernabella
Arts – Harvey Arts USA
2017 In these Hands: Mara Nyangangka – Sturt Gallery, Mittagong NSW
2017 Desert Mob 2017 – Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs, NT
2017 Spirited- Kurunitja, Short St Gallery, Broome, WA
2017 Soft Light, Talapi GAllery, Alice Springs, NT
2017 nuntjil – Regeneration, Aboriginal Signature, Estrangin Gallery, Bruxelles,
2017 Nganampa Kililpi Kuwartija Tjuta pakani: Our Rising Stars II, Hazelhurst Regional
Community Gallery, NSW
2014 Tjungu Warkarintja: Fifteen Years, Sabbia Gallery, Paddington, NSW