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Azeza Possum

A third-generation painter in her family, Azeza Possum Ramzam is the daughter of Michelle Possum Nungurrayi and Heath Ramzan Tjangala, and the grand-daughter of Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, who is renowned for being one of the founding members and artists of the contemporary indigenous art movement.

Azeza learnt to paint by observing and assisting her mother Michelle, who learned how to paint from Clifford. This family connection has meant that the tradition of telling stories of the indigenous culture and history is alive and well in Azeza’s artworks.

Azeza’s art differs from that of her mother and grandfather in that she also includes paintings depicting indigenous women’s ceremonial stories and dreaming, and the colours she chooses to use are stronger and bolder.

Discover the rich history of Azeza Possum’d indigenous artwork here at Gioia.