Justine Anderson is an artist belonging to the Pitjantjatjara language and cultural group, and lives in the remote community of Apatula (Finke), Northern Territory.
Justine began weaving in 2010, and has since flourished in her weaving practice, particularly in recent years. She is always looking to challenge herself by making creative and interesting Tjanpi fibre works. She often employs decorative motifs in her baskets and sculptures, which add great character and life to her works. Justine weaves thoughtful details into her sculptures in particular, for example adding life-like saddles onto the backs of her camels, or beautiful bright circles on the fanned out tail of a peacock. She juggles a busy young family, work commitments and her weaving practice.
Justine is the daughter of notable Tjanpi weaver Julie Anderson, who was also a director for NPY Women's Council.