synthetic polymer paint on Beligian linen
100 x 50 cm
This painting depicts some of Elizabeth's country. This country is known as Ngamaloo and is the name of the rockhole that is located a little south of Balgo. While centrally positioned are depictions of the people that inhabit this area, on either side are the gorge and rocky country that surround Ngamaloo. In this painting, Elizabeth tells of a place that is both part of her cultural background, but also one that provides resources to her kin.