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Margaret Boko

Margaret Boko Williams lived at the Inkamala Block near Jay Creek with her family before moving to Alice Springs. Her father’s country is Glen Helen Gorge, and her mother was a Walpiri woman from north of central Mt Wedge.
Margaret explained in 2007 when she joined Tangentyere Artists, “I was born in Alice Springs, and went to school at Jay Creek. This is the first time that I am painting. I speak Arrernte, Pitjantjatjara, Luritja and English”. Margaret is a grandmother caring for an extended family from her home in Little Sisters Town Camp. She and her husband David Boko from Docker River, are heavily involved in Tangetyere Council. Margaret has been an executive board member of Tangetyere Council. When she joined Tangetyere Artists, Margaret developed an increasingly considered style, using a restrained colour palette, as she painted about her Jukurrpa narratives involving women, bush tucker, water and children.