Lennard and Mrs Simms have painted together to paint the Minyma Tjuta (Seven Sisters) story as it passes through country in the northern portion of Spinifex country where both Lennard and Mrs Simms were born. Kuniya (Python Man) can been seen running up the center of the painting past Kulyuru, Wartakarra, Tjintulara, and Pirrilyii towards Wirlpii. The sisters are shown in pursuit heading north past Kawatii Mungulpa, Pinkalanya, Tjarsdinya and Tjarradinya. Country on the eastern side between Nyanbii and Mamu-du is also shown. The Minyma Tjuta story relates to of a group of unmarried sisters who are travelling across and living from the land. They are busily in pursuit of the mythical Wati Kuniya (a male python) whom they chase and tease throughout a huge portion of the Western Desert landscape. The seven sisters are themselves being pursued by Wati Nyirru, a cheeky old man who is very keen to catch and claim one of the younger sisters as a wife. Movements, tracks, activities and campsites of the sisters are shown, as are those of the clever Nyirru who is never far behind, camping just out of site. Because Minyma Tjuta belongs to a prominent and very detailed Tjukurrpa all areas throughout Spinifex country (and beyond) touched by the sisters, Nyirru or the wider Minyma Tjuta story are sacred and covered by strict protocol and responsibilities.