Bronwyn is a Melbourne based artist and a dancer and has participated in Aboriginal Dance groups around Australia. She was born in 1963 and was educated in Queensland. She is connected to the Arrernte Peoples in Central Australia around Uluru (Ayers Rock).

 Bronwyn has painted Totems for Centre Link in Alice Springs and whilst of mixed blood – she has been granted the right to paint several totems.

 Bronwyn is well known in established Aboriginal circles. She has appeared on TV and been heard on radio with Radio announcer and talk back show host, Stan Zemanic (deceased – NSW).

 Without Pier Gallery started showing Bronwyn’s work in June 2008 and is proud to represent her. Without Pier has a commitment to showcasing Aboriginal works in an ethical and supportive role. She continues to get recognition and primarily sells her work through Without Pier Gallery.

 Bronwyn paints under the name of Bronwyn Raven PURRULA from Arunda, Northern Territory, Australia

  • Sydney Aboriginal Art Gallery, Circular Quay - Artist in residence
  • Yulara Art Competition, Ayers Rock Resort - winner with

‘Ravens and the Spirits’

  • Yulara Art Competition, Ayers Rock Resort.

Commendation Certificate for ‘Yidaki Dreams’

  • National Telstra Aboriginal Torres Strait Island Art

Awards, Darwin Museum ‘Ravens and the Spirits’

  • Centrelink, Alice Springs, 6 months Artist in residence
  • Mount Gravatt Primary School, Brisbane.

4 months Artist in residence painting a mural ‘The Corridor’

  • St Kilda life Art Photography Competition, Melbourne.

Exhibited in ‘St Kilda Dreaming’

  • St Kilda Art Supplies 10th Birthday Exhibition, Melbourne.

Metropolis Gallery ‘Spirits of St Kilda’

2008                First represented by Without Pier Gallery, Melbourne.

2010                Joint Exhibition with Daniel Romaine at Without Pier Gallery Hampton

2011                Solo Exhibition Flinders Lane Gallery Melbourne

2013-14           Various teaching assignments at Melbourne based schools

2015-19           Group Exhibitions at Without Pier and Coolart Wetlands Somers Vic