Susie Bootja Bootja Napangarti, Kaningarra, Aboriginal art


During the Tjukurrpa (Dreamtime) a man and woman were travelling around this area which is located, at the top of the Canning Stock Route. They stopped in the country known as Kaningarra to dig a hole for water, where a permanent spring now exists. The two people are shown as the U shape. They are shown camping by the spring. Surrounding them is the abundance of tjunta, or bush onion, which can be found in this region today. The arch shapes along the edges are talis, or sand-hills, which dominate the landscape of the area. The iridescent colours reflect the sky, the white and black stones and the colours of the sand hills as the late afternoon advances toward sundown.

Price: $650.00

Additional Information:

  • Dimensions: 60 × 9 × 9 cm
  • Weight: 1 kg
  • Medium: Screenprint
  • Artist: Suzie Bootja Bootja
  • Image Size: 760 mm x 560 mm
  • Paper: Magnani Pescia 300gsm White
  • Paper Size: 760 mm x 560 mm
  • Published: June 2003
  • Edition Size: 99
  • Studio: Editions Tremblay NFP Bungendore, NSW
  • Printer: Betty Clarke
  • Types: Prints
  • Region: Central Desert