|oykal

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bark

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|oykal : fish : Turrum, carangoides emburyi , king fish, enters into freshwater to breed. read more

Ancestral Hunter

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bark

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The Ancestral fisherman Muwandi stands on the sacred rock that bares the same name. read more

Baru, Djaykung ga Wak'wak

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Artwork Baru, Djaykung ga Wak'wak
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H: 50cm W: 38cm

My mother’s totem is Baru (crocodile). The Djaykung (file snake) and the Wak’wak (water lily) represents my grandmother’s totem. read more

Manggalili

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Artwork Manggalili
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H: 90cm W: 30cm

This work has three panels of which all have a particular story and meaning. read more

Floral Design

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Artwork Floral Design
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H: 20cm W: 10cm

I came up with this design while doing art at school. read more

Dreamtime at the G

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Artwork Dreamtime at the G
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H: 40cm W: 55cm

I like to watch footie here on my community (Yirrkala, NE Arnhem land), to see my gathu (nephew) play because he loves football. read more

Nhulunbuy

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Artwork Nhulunbuy
larrakitj

H: 193cm W: 0cm

Gurrundul is wife to senior Rirratjiu clansman and artist Wanyubi Marika. read more

Bonba

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Artwork Bonba
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H: 40cm W: 40cm

A Dhudi-Djapu family was living at Garrangali. read more

Djerrka at Gurka’wuy

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Artwork Djerrka at Gurka’wuy
bark

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Trial Bay is located between Caledon Bay to the North and above the larger Blue Mud Bay on the Western side of the Gulf of Carpentaria. read more

Gurrtjpi at Båniyala

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Artwork Gurrtjpi at Båniyala
bark

H: 96cm W: 41cm

The Madarrpa travelled to live permanently at Båniyala, clan land north on Blue Mud Bay under the direction of clan leader Wakuthi. read more

Burrut’tji

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Artwork Burrut’tji
bark

H: 88cm W: 32cm

Baraltja is the residence of Burrut’tji the lightning serpent. read more

Birrka mirri

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Artwork Birrka mirri
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H: 30cm W: 30cm

Nyapanyapa’s work has been more valued for the spontaneity and texture of her hand. read more

Wakun

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Artwork Wakun
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H: 35cm W: 98cm

Wakun is a sea mullet, mugil cephalus, or silver mullet mugil georgii. read more

Baru the Crocodile and other animals

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Artwork Baru the Crocodile and other animals
bark

H: 73cm W: 35cm

Something akin to pond life. A billabong scene at the artists homeland of Biranybirany and home to the ancestral crocodile Baru, Depicts 2 crocodile and other unidentified species. read more

Birrka mirri

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Artwork Birrka mirri
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H: 39cm W: 39cm

Nyapanyapa’s work has been more valued for the spontaneity and texture of her hand. read more

Marrau Miny’tji

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Artwork Marrau Miny’tji
bark

H: 139cm W: 39cm

This work was exhibited at Garawan’s first solo exhibition held at Niagara Galleries in Melbourne. read more

Djapu Miny’tji

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Artwork Djapu Miny’tji
bark

H: 86cm W: 18cm

The cross hatching grid pattern is the sacred design for the freshwaters of the Djapu clan at their homeland Wandawuy now an outstation about 150 kilometres south of Yirrkala and inland from Blue Mud Bay. read more

Marrau Miny’tji

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Artwork Marrau Miny’tji
bark

H: 121cm W: 36cm

This work is very similar in form to one accepted to and exhibited in the 25th Jubilee Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory which was accompanied with the following documentation. read more

Djapu Design

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Artwork Djapu Design
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H: 50cm W: 25cm

This pattern is fresh water design for Wandawuy homeland. read more

Djapu Miny’tji

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Artwork Djapu Miny’tji
bark

H: 100cm W: 38cm

The cross hatching grid pattern is the sacred design for the freshwaters of the Djapu clan at their homeland Wandawuy now an outstation about 150 kilometres south of Yirrkala and inland from Blue Mud Bay. read more

Yukuwa

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Artwork Yukuwa
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H: 55cm W: 35cm

Yukuwa is one of the personal names of the artist and Yukuwa is the topic of this work. read more

Rapiny Gapu

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Artwork Rapiny Gapu
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H: 20cm W: 15cm

This pattern is fresh water design for Wandawuy homeland. read more

Djerrka at Gurka’wuy

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Artwork Djerrka at Gurka’wuy
bark

H: 76cm W: 47cm

Trial Bay is located between Caledon Bay to the North and above the larger Blue Mud Bay on the Western side of the Gulf of Carpentaria. read more

Mutjalanydjal - Miyapunu - Ngarirri

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Artwork Mutjalanydjal - Miyapunu - Ngarirri
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H: 50cm W: 43cm

‘The Dhalwatpu (turtle) is hunting and eating food from the Mimarr (reef). read more

Wulthu

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Artwork Wulthu
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H: 30cm W: 57cm

In time past, Rirratjingu and Djambarrpuyngu people (Miliwurrwurr) and Bararrngu lived here at Yirrkala and also at Dhambaliya. read more

Manyuku

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Artwork Manyuku
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H: 50cm W: 25cm

When I saw the Berndt crayon drawings done by Djimbayun  who is my grandfather it was great to see my grandfather’s pictures because I never meet him he had past away before my time, and to see this artwork, me and  my children could get a good understanding of their waku, and what he was painting a longtime ago. read more

Djapu Miny’tji

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Artwork Djapu Miny’tji
bark

H: 88cm W: 24cm

The cross hatching grid pattern is the sacred design for the freshwaters of the Djapu clan at their homeland Wandawuy now an outstation about 150 kilometres south of Yirrkala and inland from Blue Mud Bay. read more

Burrut’tji

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Artwork Burrut’tji
bark

H: 65cm W: 30cm

Baraltja is the residence of Burrut’tji (also known as Mundukul) the lightning serpent. read more

Marrau Miny’tji

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Artwork Marrau Miny’tji
bark

H: 180cm W: 55cm

Garawan a Marrakulu clansman says that “Wayuga brought me up so I’m also adopted to the Marrau clan” The Marrakulu and Marrau are closely related clans through madayin (sacred clan mythologies and law). read more

Gå]ga] Waters

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Artwork Gå]ga] Waters
bark

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A sacred expanse of water behind the Gå]ga] outstation where this bark was produced is referred to as Gulutji. read more