Artist: Angie Topsy Tchooga
Size: 122cm x 101.6cm
Medium: Acrylic on Linen
Story from the certificate of authenticity:
Angie has painted stories passed to her by her sister Napanangka (dec).Her sister grew up traditionally, living and hunting with her family on ancestral lands around Kintore, in the surrounding desert between the Northern Territory and Western Australia. This painting portrays the story of her Country west of the salt lake of Karrkurutinjinya (Lake Macdonald). The parallel lines represent the tali (sandhills) of that country whilst the U shapes represent women sitting down after hunting.
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