Sheena Dodd

Posted on Nov 23, 2012

Sheena Dodd


Sheena Dodd is a Pitjantjatjara speaker who lives at Mimili Community on the APY Lands in South Australia. Her mother’s country is at Ted’s Bore, about 20 kilometres from the Mimili Community, and her father’s country is near Kenmore. Sheena is married and has five sons and one daughter.
Sheena commenced making work for Tjanpi Desert Weavers in 2010, then, following
a workshop held at Mimili in mid-2011, she commenced making woven sculptures. Sheena has an exceptional eye for form, shape and colour, and captures the essential qualities of the birds and animals she creates in a highly expressive and entertaining way.



Established in 2001, the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize attracts strong support from artists, collectors and critics and is the only national acquisitive prize that showcases the quality and diversity of sculptures of smaller dimensions.
Over 500 entries from national and international artists are received annually and approximately 40 finalists’ works are exhibited over a 16 day period at the historic ‘Redleaf’ Woollahra Council Chambers in Double Bay, Sydney, Australia.

Sheena Dodd was selected as one of the final 40 out of 500 entries

You can vote for your favorite work‘  Click here to vote!

27 October to 11 November
9am – 5pm weekdays, 10am – 4pm weekends
FREE entry. Photography is permitted without a flash.

Woollahra Municipal Council
536 New South Head Road, Double Bay NSW 2028


D E S E R T S  &   R I V E R S  – Aboriginal Art from Western Australia’s North.

Sheena Dodd’s water birds will be a part  of the DESERTS & RIVERS exhibitions.

DESERTS & RIVERS OPENS 6pm, Friday 2nd November 2012 – 25th January 2013.

FORM Gallery, 357 Murray Street, Perth  (08) 9226 2799
Gallery Hours: 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm Saturday.