Anyupa Stevens

Anyupa was born in the bush at a homeland called Double Tank near Fregon in 1981. Her father’s country is Piltati, an important waterhole close to Nyapari Community and a strong theme in her work. Her mother’s place is Aeronga in the Northern Territory.

She lives at Nyapari with her husband and three children and has a full time job as an Anangu Teacher’s Aid at Murputja School. Anyupa’s grandmother is the late Kunmanara (Eileen Yaritja) Stevens, from whom she draws her inspiration. Her paintings depict the trips to country she made with her grandmother as a child.

2016 – Good Together, Short St Gallery, Broome, WA2015 – Desert Mob, Araluen Gallery, Alice Springs, NT
2015 – 32nd Telstra NATSIAA, Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT
2015 – Rising Stars 2015, Outstation Gallery, Darwin, NT
2014 – Tjukurpa Pulka Wangkanyi, Talking about Big Stories, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2014 – The Bold and the Beautiful, Talapi Gallery, Alice Springs
2013 – Fresh MccCulloch & McCulloch with Salt Gallery, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria
2013 – Rising Stars, Oustation Gallery, Darwin, NT
2013 – Minymaku Ara – Womens Way, Viven Anderson Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2013 – New Paintings Chapman Gallery, Canberra, ACT
2012 – Desert Mob 2012- Araluen Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
2012 – Tjungu Palya 2012- Oustation Gallery, Darwin, NT
2012 – Australian Contemporary Art II – Vivien Anderson Gallery in association with Chiaroscurio Gallery, SanteFe, New Mexico
2012 – Desert Mob 2012 Aralven Cultural Precinct, Alice Springs
2012 – Tjungu Palya 2012, Outstation Gallery, Darwin, NT
2011 – Our Mob Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, SA
2008 – Anangu Backyard – Stories for children Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, SA


2015 – Finalist 2015 Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards


Tjala Tjawani - 2012 - BBB0002
Anyupa Stevens
  • $3,850.00
Tjala Tjawani - 2013 - BBB0001
Anyupa Stevens
  • $3,850.00