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Desert wanderer returns to reveal life cycle of the wild

Desert wanderer returns to reveal life cycle of the wild

Philippa Nikulinsky, Enchanted Forest, 1997, 4.5 x 1m, pigment ink and gouache on Kozo paper, courtesy the artist.

Exhibition review on Artist Profile

Philippa Nikulinsky by Erin McFadyen "Examining the fault lines at the juncture between art and nature, Philippa Nikulinsky’s decades-long practi...
BOTANICAL MARVELS: Naturally drawn to a sense of place

BOTANICAL MARVELS: Naturally drawn to a sense of place

Travel Writer WILLIAM YEOMAN talks to a WA artist about landscape and a retrospective of her work.
Philippa in Focus

Philippa in Focus

Exhibition news and Nikulinsky Naturally book review published in POST 25 May 2019
Philippa Nikulinsky exhibition reflects WA's biodversity

Philippa Nikulinsky exhibition reflects WA's biodversity

Nikulinsky Naturally surveys her practice, from the earliest works recording the botanical treasures of biodiversity hotspots around the state, t...
WA Parks Foundation Interview for Nikulinsky Naturally

WA Parks Foundation Interview for Nikulinsky Naturally

“While preparing for this new exhibition, my field trips into remote areas such as the Great Sandy Desert have inspired some new directions in my...
Philippa Nikulinsky, Budgerigars coming to drink at Desert Waterhole, 2018, 590 x 100cm, collage, printing inks, pearlescent paint, watercolour, pigment ink, gold and green glitter on Kozo paper.

Nikulinsky Naturally: Solo exhibition, 2019

Philippa is currently working towards her next solo exhibition to be held at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery from May 25 to August 17.  Image: Phi...