Narpula lives at Mt Liebig when not painting in Alice Springs.
Narpula moved from Haasts Bluff to Papunya during its early settlement in 1960s’ and began painting for the Papunya Tula Artists in the early 1980s’.
Her paintings depict bush food stories including “The Two Women who came from Mitukutjarrayi” in the south.
The quality of her work is seen through the considerable success achieved over her career. Her profile is also enhanced by the fact she is the younger sister of well known and renowned artist the late “Turkey” Tolson Tjupurrula”.