• Wak Wak (Crow)
  • Wak Wak (Crow)
  • Wak Wak (Crow)
  • Wak Wak (Crow)

Carissa Gurwalwal

Wak Wak (Crow)

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  • Acrylic on Arches Paper
  • Size: 56cm x 19cm
  • Cat No 646-23

Carissa Guwalwal (b.1990) is the daughter of renowned weaver Barbara Guwalwal. Residing in Gunbalanya, Carissa works full-time at West Arnhem Shire's Aged Care Facility. Carissa's Skin name is Ngarridjdjan, her Dreaming is Galawan (Goanna) and her Clan is Bununggu.

Although she is new to painting, Carissa’s work is already attracting the attention of collectors and galleries nationally and internationally. In 2022 she exhibited in Darwin at Coconut Studios, part of a group show called Karrimarnbun Daluhdaluk (Women Creating Together).

Carissa's interpretation of Wak Wak (Black Crow) is exact, striking and reminiscent of the work of her late aunty Ngalbangardi Gunjarwwanga, who continues to be an inspiration.

Marrawuddi Arts and Culture is a beautiful Community Arts Centre located in the repurposed Jabiru Bakery in the heart of the World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park.

The stunningly renovated building, which welcomes dozens of visitors daily, features a vibrant working space for artists use as well as a beautiful exhibition area and delicious coffee. Tourists are encouraged to spend time with artists and learn about the beautiful artworks available for purchase. The quality of artworks for sale at Marrawuddi is exceptional and all stock is created by artists living in or around the Kakadu and wider West Arnhem region.

The strength of the ancient, evolving and continuing Kakadu and West Arnhem culture is clear at Marrawuddi. Staff support artists through regular bush trips collecting traditional materials as well as through workshops for new skill development such as screen-printing. Marrawuddi is seen by many as a flagship signalling Jabiru’s positive future as the town undergoes its Mirarr-led transition from mining town to regional service hub and tourism centre.

Marrawuddi is owned and governed by Mirarr Traditional Owners through their organisation Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and all proceeds from Marrawuddi are used in Gundjeihmi’s community work.


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