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  1. ‘Kungka Kutjara’ painting

    Martha Protty artworks draw a connection between the physical and spiritual realms of her life. She sings Inma (ceremony) songs continuously as she paints, her steady voice offering a rhythm for the brush....

  2. ‘Puli Puli – Rocks’ Painting

    Keturah has been inspired by the painting legacy and tutorage from her Grandmother and mother, though has developed a distinctive style of her practice. Keturah uses different colours and hues to depict th...

  3. ‘Faith in the system’ painting

    Faith in the System explores the relationship between Indigenous incineration and the exploitation of country through resource extraction. The painting references an archival image of the old Adelaide jail...

  4. ‘Don’t Stop the Grind, Can’t Stop the Grind’ painting

    This painting pays tribute to the work ethic of our community. The work ethic that has been confined to a struggle for survival, exploited through slavery and hidden in the lie of the Aussie battler forgin...

  5. ‘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...

  6. ‘Kungka Kutjara’ Painting

    This painting depicts Kungka Kutjara, meaning Two Women, and is one of the most significant Tjukurpa stories of the Western Desert region. It tells the story of two sisters travelling through the desert. A...

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