Jorna currently splits her time between Alice Springs where her family live, and Warakurna in Irrunytju Country. By travelling from the remote communities to the town, Jorna continues to live in both the traditional Aboriginal culture of her indigenous background and the contemporary culture of modern Australia. Her style is that of a multi-layered abstract artist which she uses to mask the sacred cultural matters depicted in her work – the secrecy of which remain of critical importance to her. She worked closely with her legendary artist uncle, Tommy Watson and uses similar vibrant, dramatic palettes. Learn more about Jorna in her bio.