Debra Murray is a Girramay woman. She is based in the Jumbun Aboriginal Community of the Murray Upper area, North-West of Cardwell, Queensland.
Specialising in ceramics, Debra’s portfolio consists of Bigin bowls, pots and Bagu sculptures.
All one of a kind pieces, Debra’s work is intricate and eye-catching. Debra is also a talented painter and printmaker. She is noted for her use of form, varied designs and penchant for a traditional colour palette.
Debra showcases her strong connection to country and tradition through her lively works. Recognised for her talents, she has been a notable recipient of The Strand of Emphemera (Townsville Artistic Excellence Award).
Artist: Debra Murray
Language Group: Jirrbal
Catalogue Number: GAAC27-19
Size: 22 cm x 24 cm x 9cm
Vase by Debra Murray
This Artwork has been created in conditions compliant with the Indigenous Code of Conduct. Copyright remains the property of the artist. This artwork embodies intellectual property of the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of the Girringun region. Dealing with any part of this artwork that has not been authorised is a serious breach of customary law.