Micky Barlow is a Kokatha woman, Aboriginal contemporary artist and basket weaver. Micky grew up in the beautiful Clare Valley and currently works from her studio space in the picturesque McLaren Vale wine  region. Stylistically, Micky uses traditional dot work in her paintings, incorporating symbols and colours passed down from her grandmother and mother. Her works include acrylics on canvas, wood burning (or “Punu” work) on timber and basket weaving using raffia, natural fibres and grasses.