Biddy Napaljarri White was born at Willowra in c1949, and moved to Yuendumu as a young girl, where she went to school. Yuendumu is a remote Aboriginal community located 290 kms north-west of Alice Springs in the NT of Australia. Biddy has one brother who lives at Ti-Tree and three sisters who live in Alice Springs. She has done a variety of jobs including working at the Council office, cutting wood in the bush, and she still works with the Old People’s Program, the Women’s Centre and the Night Patrol. She has also worked with the Centre for Appropriate Technology (CATT), making tucker boxes and other items. Biddy visits men in jail and looks after school children on camp. Biddy is a widow, she has one daughter, one grandson and one great granddaughter who all live in Yuendumu. She began painting at Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Association, an Aboriginal owned and governed art centre, in 1987. Biddy paints budgerigar dreaming passed down from her father and grandfather, based on country around Willowra, which she still visits from time to time to see family members there. She has been exhibiting in Group Exhibitions since 1990.