Elizabeth Dunn

Elizabeth was born in Ernabella in 1973. She went to high school in Adelaide before returning home. She spent her childhood watching her elders paint and now depicts her grandmothers country, a place named Piltati near Nyapari, on canvas and ceramics.

She also depicts stories relating to Kampurara - Bush Tomatoes. She is also a talented Tjanpi weaver and jeweller. She first began painting at Papunya Tjupi Arts in Papunya community.

In August 2016 Elizabeth's ceramic work was exhibited alongside seven other Ernabella women in a collaborative ceramics installation as part of the Indigenous Ceramics Art Award at the Shepparton Art Museum and subsequently acquired by the National Museum of Australia.