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Troy Little

Troy Little Troy was born in Northern New South Wales in an area known as Bundjalung Country. He is a member of the Bundjalung people.
He started painting around 1999, designing a unique three-dot system that gives his artwork 3-dementional effect. He established himself as a competent and reputable artist. He also donated time and his art to community groups including the Queensland Museum, state primary and high schools.
Troy was placed second in the Moreton Bay Dreaming sector of the professional category of the annual Robin O’Chin Arts Awards for 2001.
He believes as indigenous artists, they should all have the right to express their culture and beliefs through various art forms, be it painting, music or dance.
He also says, “I have chosen to express myself, my culture and my beliefs through the images of society and through ancient tradition passed on to me by my elders, family and friends”.Achievements and Exhibitons
• 2001 Horizons fine art gallery exhibition
• 2001 Goodwill games exhibition
• 2002 Chogm Coolum Hyatt Regency exhibition
• 2002 Runner up Robin O’Chin art awards
• 2002 19th Telstra national art award
• 2003 19th Telstra national art award entrant
• 2003 Burralga art exhibitions
• 2003 Kate Challis Raka awards entrant
• 2004 Robin O’Chin art awards
• 2004 College of hospitality Nice, France
• 2007 Botix art gallery
• 2008 8th Biennial Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art show
• 2009 The River Run Black art exhibition, Yamba NSW
• 2009 Global voice for women Sportimist International
• 2010 Brisbane City Council – Gail Mcintosh

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