synthetic polymer paint on canvas
23 x 30 cm
Provenance Warlukurlangu Artists, NT Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, NSW
Exhibited: Songlines Coo-ee Christmas 2012, Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, NSW Sydney December 2012 Story The women came from the west, from a place called Yarungkanyi, on Mount Doreen station. When they reached Yurrkuru country, they travelled from west to east, starting from the site of Jilkala, and visiting various places on their way to Yalankirri, east of the Stuart Highway. One of the places they visited was Yurrkuru. They did not keep to a single track, but spread out over the country. As they travelled, the women danced. The dance they performed is associated with the initiation of young men. The women dreaming is of particular importance in the men's initiation cycle. The dancing women belonged to the Nakamarra and Napurrula subsections.
Purchase Details This work, as part of Coo-ee's Christmas show, Songlines: Coo-ee Christmas is available for sale from 3pm the 24th November at the exhibition opening and not before. So first in, best dressed! If you are unable to make the exhibition opening, simply register your interest via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 2 9300 9200. Please send through a 'wish list' of works in preference order and specify how many works in total you want. We will endeavour to get you the works of your choosing but are unable to guarantee this. This exhibition is designed to be a bit of fun for Christmas so I hope you enjoy it. The works will sell out quickly so be sure to get in first.