Daniel Warrulukuma is a young Gurrulpa man, born in 1992. He lives in Ramingining, where he spends much of his time painting. He was taught by his two grandfathers, Billy Black and JB Fisher. Both of these men have mastered the use of very precise rrark (cross hatching) work, which Daniel has adopted and adapted to his own style. Daniel uses both rarrk and round brushes to achieve his unique aesthetic. His colourful and vibrant paintings frequently depict hunting stories from his homelands. In 2016, Daniel’s work was featured in Another Country – Art Contemporain Aborigene exhibition at the Galerie IDAIA (International Development for Australian Indigenous Art), Paris.