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23-1433, Naomi Nipper – Kungkarangkalpa (Seven Sisters)

The Seven Sisters Creation Story is of great significance to the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people. The sisters travelled a long time ago through the artist's traditional country in South Australia's North West and the south west corner of the Northern Territory. A man called Wati Nyiru was chasing the sisters trying to court one of […]

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24-195 , Kungkarangkalpa (Seven Sisters)

42cm x 32cm , The Seven Sisters Creation Story is of great significance to the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people. The sisters travelled a long time ago through the artist's traditional country in South Australia's North West and the south west corner of the Northern Territory. A man called Wati Nyiru was chasing the sisters trying […]

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24-196 , Irmangka Irmangka (Bush Medicine)

32cm x 43cm , In this painting the artist, has depicted imagery of Irmangka Irmangka, a plant which has been used in traditional medicine in Anangu culture for thousands of years, and continues to be used today. Irmangka Irmangka was used traditionally to help relieve muscle soreness and the symptoms of colds and flus. It […]

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24-197 , Irmangka Irmangka (Bush Medicine)

32cm x 43cm , In this painting the artist, has depicted imagery of Irmangka Irmangka, a plant which has been used in traditional medicine in Anangu culture for thousands of years, and continues to be used today. Irmangka Irmangka was used traditionally to help relieve muscle soreness and the symptoms of colds and flus. It […]

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24-198 , Tali (Sand Dune)

32cm x 43cm , In this painting the artist has depicted tali (sand dunes); the fluid lines tell the story of the land. Tjanpi (spinifex) and green vegetation such as mangata (desert quondong) grow here. This habitat is very fragile. In the mornings you can see networks of tracks on the sand dunes. Anangu use […]

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24-199 , Hunting for Tinka (Sand Goanna)

32cm x 43cm , Tinka (Sand Goanna) is a type of monitor lizard of the central desert, that typically live in large burrows under the sand. They bury their eggs in active termite mounds, which the termites rebuild around, regulating the temperature and humidity until they are ready to hatch. They are a healthy and […]

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24-200 , Kungkarangkalpa (Seven Sisters)

32cm x 93cm , The Seven Sisters Creation Story is of great significance to the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people. The sisters travelled a long time ago through the artist's traditional country in South Australia's North West and the south west corner of the Northern Territory. A man called Wati Nyiru was chasing the sisters trying […]

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24-201 , Kungkarangkalpa (Seven Sisters)

32cm x 93cm , The Seven Sisters Creation Story is of great significance to the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people. The sisters travelled a long time ago through the artist's traditional country in South Australia's North West and the south west corner of the Northern Territory. A man called Wati Nyiru was chasing the sisters trying […]

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24-202 , Puli Mankurpa (Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Atila)

32cm x 93cm , Nyangatja puli Ulurunya, nganampa ngura Tjukurpa pulka tjara. Kala painting tjuta palyalpai-amilapai Culture Centre-ngka, minga tjuta nganampa nguraku nintiringkula kulintjaku.' ‘This is the rock known as Uluru, our home with its powerful law. We do our paintings at the Culture Centre so tourists can learn about our country, understand and respect […]

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