Munmarria Daisy Andrews, known professionally as Daisy Andrews, (c. 1934 or 1935 – January 2015) was an Australian artiste originally from the Walmajarri desert tribe. After taking occurring artwork future in life – initially illustrating the personal stories of fellow community members – Andrews began exhibiting her paintings in bureau and solo showings across Australia. She was known for her vividly red landscapes showcasing the mountain ranges of the Great Sandy Desert. In 1994, she traditional the main Telstra award from the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA) for her painting Lumpa Lumpa (wet time) landscape.
Andrews’ work is held in collections owned by the Australian National Gallery, the Museum and Gallery of Northern Territory, the Queensland Art Gallery, the Berndt Museum of Anthropology, the North Australian Research Unit, and the Karrayili Adult Education Centre. A tapestry description of one of her paintings hangs in the Australian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan.
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