Betty Braedon was born in Alice Springs in 1977. Her mother is also a weaver, Ann Nyankulya Cleary-Farall and she is from Ernabella. Betty spent her early childhood in Tjitjikala where her father is from. She then moved to Indulkana. Betty attended school in Ernabella and Alice Springs then moved to Darwin. In 1985, Betty was doing canvas painting for Gondwana Art Gallery and Mbantua Art Gallery. Betty now lives in Alice Springs and works at the Hospital in the Aboriginal Liason office. Betty started to weave in 2003, and since then her practice has evolved from simple baskets to impressive sculptures.
Tjulpu (bird) sculpture$379.50