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  1. ‘Mai (Bush Food)’ painting

    Paintings depict the Tjukurpa, the Law and stories of Ancestors. Anangu (Central and Western Desert Aboriginal people) have responsibilities for the protection and teaching of different Tjukurpa and there ...

  2. ‘Kaltukatjara’ painting

    This painting is a topographical view of the many rockholes located in the country surrounding Kaltukatjara (Docker River) and Puta Puta, near Rosalind’s birthplace. These rockholes are a vital source of...

  3. ‘Warliyajarrayi’ painting

    This story was passed down to the artist from Old Lady Napaltjarri Morton. The painting shows the story of Janyanpartinya creek (Mount Campbell). The kingki/tjanpa and milarrpa wa  nki/ukurrukurru tjut...

  4. ‘Puli Puli (Rocks)’ painting

    Keturah depicts the puli puli (rocks) at two different sites. She paints the landscapes at Haasts Bluff where she grew up and also at Karrkurrutintja (Lake Mcdonald in Pintupi), located west of Kintore alo...

  5. Rachael Sarra paintings

    From late February to early March 2022, Brisbane suffered an extraordinary weather event with significant “rain bomb” that produced an enormous amount of water, equal to 80% of the annual rainf...

  6. ‘Illpilli’ painting

    “This is the Tjukurrpa (Dreaming) story of my grandfather, who passed it down to me. It is about the place Ilpilli, west of Watiyawanu (Mt Liebig). Two Tjampitjinpa men were travelling from down sout...

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