synthetic polymer paint on canvas
90 x 60 cm
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Artist Details Provenance: Warlayirti Artists, Balgo Hills, W.A Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, NSW
Exhibited: Into the Future - Emerging Talent, Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Sydney March 2013 Pauline's father, Sunfly Tjampitjin, was a senior custodian for country south of Balgo, near vast salt lake of Wilkinkarra (Lake MacKay). The country depicted here is named Liltjin. This painting represents the dry creek beds which during the wet season flow into Wilkinkarra. During the Tjukurrpa (Dreaming) people lived in the holes depicted. How to Purchase If you would like to make this artwork your own, the steps are straightforward. Simply click on the 'enquire about this item' link above and fill out your details. Please specify if you would like to pick up your artwork from our Bondi Beach Gallery otherwise we will provide you with a quote for freight services to your address. Please ensure the delivery address you provide has a representative to accept and sign for the package.
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