Kilmeny Niland (1950 – 27 February 2009)
Kilmeny was born in 1950 to Ruth Park and D’Arcy Niland in Auckland New Zealand. Together with her twin sister, Deborah Niland, attended the Julian Ashton Art School. The twins often collaborated on projects. They were awarded the first Visual arts Board prize for the best illustrated children’s book of the year for Mulga Bill’s Bicycle.
- Callie’s Family written by Ruth Park
- The Fairy Tale Picture Dictionary written by Jane Wilton-Smith
- The Gingerbread Man
- Grandad Barnett’s Beard written by Kristine Church
- How Many Dogs in the House written by Beverley Boorer
- Just Like That written by Mem Fox
- The Land and the Spirit written by Lydia Pender
- Matthew and the New baby written by Peta Letchford
- Pancakes Painted Eggs written by Jean Chapman
- The Ugly Duckling written by Hans Christian Andersen
- Wishbone written by Janeen Brian
To view the artworks by Kilmeny Niland, please contact the National Centre.
Posted by: NCACL | Published: 06 Jul 2023