Papunya Tula Artists
Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery
Accompanied by a Papunya Tula certificate.
This painting depicts the site of Warren Creek, just west of the Mt. Leibig community. This is the artist’s grandfather’s country and there are rockholes and soakage waters at the site.The shapes in the work represent the creek, rockholes, soakage sites and sandhills in the area.
During Mythological times a large group of Ancestral Women camped at warren Creek gathering edible berries and fruit growing in the vicinity of the site. These included kampurarrpa (desert raisin), ili (desert fig), ipalu (bush banana) and pure (bush tomato).The women also dug for ngari (honey ants)and maku (witchetty grubs).Share