Serena comes from a family of celebrated weavers. She alongside Telstra NATSIAA award winning sister Anniebell Marngarramarngarra both learning weaving from their mother Nancy Djuluma.
Sererena first started weaving using the coiling and twining technique which she used to make baskets, dilly bags and string bags. Following her sister she started building bamboo frames with she weaves colourful pandanus between.
She commonly depicts her mother’s djang (dreaming) Stingray and Barramundi of which she is djungkay for.
2008 2008 Maningrida arising, Maningrida arising, Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne, VIC
2004 2004 Divas of the desert, Divas of the desert: Maningrida, Minymaku, Gallery Gondwana, Alice Springs, NT
1998 1998, Maningrida Weavings, Maningrida Weavings Framed Gallery, Darwin, NT