Region: Yuelamu ( Mt Allen) Northern Territory
Alby Stockman was born in 1946 in the Mt Allan Region his traditional country is Red Hill.
His wife is Beryl Nangala Collins who also is an artist.
An Anmatyerre Speaker he is an elder for the Mt Allan Community.
Mount Allan station was taken up as a pastoral lease in 1949 in spite of a claim by traditional owners who were allowed to stay on the station.
Today it is an aboriginal run cattle station in the Western Desert about 300 kilometers from Alice Springs .
There is also a small community on the station with a store ,clinic and a school.
Alby Stockman worked many years as a Stockman and after the hand over of Mt Allen Station to the Traditional owners in 1985, he became a Director of the Mt Allan Cattle Company.
This following its return to the original traditional owners.
Mt Allan or Yuelamu is a Community 300 klms North West of Alice Springs on the edge of the Tanami Desert.
Access is by red dirt and gravel road which is nearly all weather.
Turn off is just after the Tillmouth Roadhouse on the Tanami Rd.
(Aboriginal Artists Dictionary of Biographies)
The centipede features throughout his traditional land.
As a first generation painter from the Mt Allan Community and with eyesight failing his traditional law paintings are already of interest both locally and internationally.
His brother Billy Japanangka Stockman is one of the most highly valued painters in the Western Desert.
Site Index for:
Alby Stockman, Amy Johnson, Barbara Charles Napaljarri, Beatrice Gibson Nangala, Beth Nungarrayi Patrick, Brenda Lynch Nungurrayi, Caroline Numina Pananka, Cassidy Tjapaltjarri, Colin Liddy, Cowboy Louie Pwerle, Dulcie Williams Napangardi, Isobel Hagen Nungarryi, Jacinta Numina Waugh, Jack Cook Jangala, Lanita Numina, Lesley Daniels Jamijinpa, Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra, Louise Numina Napanankana, Lucy Dixon Napurrurla, Margarette Looney, Mary Dixon Nungarrayi, Maureen Nampitjinpa Hudson, Michael Nelson Jagamara, Michael Tjapanardi Tommy, Peter Leo Tjakamarra, Reggie Sultan, Sambo Burra Burra, Sandra Scholes Escobar, Sarah Morton Napananga, William Sandy, Willie Gudabi, Our Gallery,