Rayleen Pula Price

DOB: 1969

Language: Anmatyerre

Region: Utopia, Northern Territory 

Rayleen Pula Price is an emerging artist from the famous artist community of Utopia in Central Desert Australia. Utopia is approximately 350km north east of Alice Springs. Utopia is home to some of the biggest names in Aboriginal Art including the late Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Minnie Pwerle, Barbara Weir, Gloria Petyarre, Anna Price Pitjara and many many more!

Rayleen is a direct relative of the internationally renowned Anna Price Pitjara and similarly paints her detailed depiction of her Country like that of Anna. 

In addition, Rayleen vibrantly illustrates bold depictions of her Dreaming ‘bush leaves’ and ‘bush seeds’, which are fundamental to the staple foods and medicine utilised by Utopian women. 

Rayleen’s colourful and intricate depictions make her works appealing on the eye and are a true testament to the sacred female Dreaming held in this area of Central Desert Australia.