展览
作者


KUNGKARANGKALPA AT YURILYPI

TAPARTI BATES


< 返回

YEAR:

1993

MEDIUM:

Acrylic polymer on 15 - 18oz canvas

DIMENSIONS:

950mm x 1280mm
At Yurilypi Creek the Kungkarangkalpa (Seven Sisters) camped for a while. There are a lot of wild food in this area and so they gathered Kampurrar (bush tomato); Yanngurli (bush olive) and Kulpurrpa (yellow berries). Old man Yula's tracks can be seen on the left edge of the painting, leading to a tall rock formation where he sits and hides, overlooking the activities of the women. There is also a tall Tjawu tree (top left corner, near his tracks) which he uses for shade while peering at them.

< 返回