Jimmy Pike Australian artist: Mangkaja Kura Photo courtesy Artisan

Jimmy Pike Australian artist: Mangkaja Kura Photo courtesy Artisan

Jimmy Pike Great Sandy Desert Western Australia Courtesy Pat Lowe Jimmy Pike Trust

Jimmy Pike Great Sandy Desert Western Australia Courtesy Pat Lowe Jimmy Pike Trust

JIMMY PIKE was born in the Great Sandy Desert and his early life was spent as a member of a nomadic group. His family lived traditionally by hunting and gathering, moving from waterhole to waterhole according to the seasons. He started painting in 1980. Jimmy Pike attended art classes when he was emprisioned for murdering a man at Fitzroy Crossing. He became a painter but turned to lino-cut print-making.

JIMMY PIKE was born in the Great Sandy Desert and his early life was spent as a member of a nomadic group. His family lived traditionally by hunting and gathering, moving from waterhole to waterhole according to the seasons. He started painting in 1980. Jimmy Pike attended art classes when he was emprisioned for murdering a man at Fitzroy Crossing. He became a painter but turned to lino-cut print-making.

Warnajiljikarraji (Snake story) by Jimmy Pike. Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia.

Warnajiljikarraji (Snake story) by Jimmy Pike. Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia.

Design by Aboriginal artist Jimmy Pike. Silk, machine stitched hem.

Design by Aboriginal artist Jimmy Pike. Silk, machine stitched hem.

Jila (JP004), Jimmy Pike

Jila (JP004), Jimmy Pike


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Warnajiljikarraji (Snake story) by Jimmy Pike. Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia.

Warnajiljikarraji (Snake story) by Jimmy Pike. Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia.

Jimmy Pike, Larripuka Main Country, screenprint, edition of 95, image size 50 x 60 cm. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Prints. "Because people been travel through there Dreamtime, big mob, right through to Japingka they went past there. That's the story of old people. Law country and Dreamtime country."

Jimmy Pike, Larripuka Main Country, screenprint, edition of 95, image size 50 x 60 cm. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Prints. "Because people been travel through there Dreamtime, big mob, right through to Japingka they went past there. That's the story of old people. Law country and Dreamtime country."

Jimmy Pike, fabulous Australian aboriginal artist designed this silk scarf by Desert Designs

Jimmy Pike silk scarf - 1980s - Desert Designs - Australian Aboriginal artwork

Jimmy Pike, fabulous Australian aboriginal artist designed this silk scarf by Desert Designs

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DESERT DESIGNS - D.N.A Space Dress - Maxi Dress - Original Artwork - Jimmy Pike - Digital Print - Aboriginal Artist  $189.90

DESERT DESIGNS - D.N.A Space Dress - Maxi Dress - Original Artwork - Jimmy Pike - Digital Print - Aboriginal Artist $189.90

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