Artist: Madeline Curley
Size: 197cm x 200cm
Medium: Acrylic on Belgian Linen
Story from the certificate of authenticity:
Those Kungas were travelling and saw the rockhole at 'Kuli'.
They sat down and had a rest and drank the water from the rockhole.
That Nyiru was hiding behind the little rock on the hill, they didn't see him but they knew he was there.
After their rest they travelled towards Punti and Ililya (Minyma's place). Alkara and kept travelling Port Augusta way.
This is a big Tjurkurpa story and is Madeline's Tjamu (Grandfather's) story.
Madeline has been passed this story by her father David Curley (dec)
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