Papunya Tula Artists, NT Cat No. TN0204215
Private Collection, NSW
This painting depicts designs associated with a rockhole site to the east of Wingelina, a community in South Australia.
The roundel in the centre of the painting depicts a rockhole at this site and the wavy lines represent the sandhills and rockholes which surround the area.
In ancestral times a group of women came to the site to perform the songs and dances associated with the area before continuing their travels to the west.