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Lucille Gill was a Kukatja speaker who was born in 1956 at Old Balgo, a mission which straddles the Great Sandy Desert and the Tanami Desert in the remote east Kimberley. In 1986, she worked at the Noonkanbah Adult Education Centre. It was here that Lucille was involved in a variety of artistic projects; making coolamons, strings of beads from seeds and hairstring, screen printing, lino printing and sometimes drawing. Her paintings have appeared in several exhibitions and are part of collections both in Australia and overseas including the Balance Collection of the Queensland Art Gallery.