Biddy Dale Rinjiwala was Jack Dale’s second wife, no children. She started painting about 1999 when Jack started to paint a lot. Biddy was an expert in bush food and medicines. She assisted Les Hiddon in his research for his Bush Tucker television programs. Her paintings are very bright, distinctive works in acrylics. Amazing depictions of Argulas, spirit figures from the Kimberley – some are devil or bad spirits – others mischievous, naughty or trouble makers, in bold red, yellow, green or orange with black or white backgrounds feature in her works along with traditional Wandjina images. She preferred to paint in the bright acrylic colours rather than ochres. Biddy had her first exhibition with Jack at Flinders Lane Gallery in 2000 with a great response to her work. Since then she had work sold at Flinders Lane Gallery and Burrinja Gallery, Melbourne, and Outback Alive, Canberra, Cooee Gallery, Sydney and Art Mob, Hobart.