Muurru (rough)

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Artwork Muurru (rough)
bark

H: 90cm W: 35cm

This painting uses the sacred clan design which denotes the Yirritja moiety Magalili clan identity in a non-figurative way. read more

Muurru (rough)

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Artwork Muurru (rough)
larrakitj

H: 134cm W: 0cm

This painting uses the sacred clan design which denotes the Yirritja moiety Magalili clan identity in a non-figurative way. read more

Gunyan

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Artwork Gunyan
bark

H: 106cm W: 44cm

Djarrakpi, the Manggalili clan homeland is at the tip of Cape Shield, a promontory overlooking the northern aspect into Blue Mud Bay. read more

Muurru

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Artwork Muurru
bark

H: 134cm W: 38cm

This painting uses the sacred clan design which denotes the Yirritja moiety Magalili clan identity in a non-figurative way, something of a departure from traditional north east Arnhem Land public art. read more

Fishtrap at Dhuruputjpi

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Artwork Fishtrap at Dhuruputjpi
bark

H: 75cm W: 35cm

Gluma has painted from the Dhudi Djapu clan of her husband Dhukal Wirrpanda Ga`umay is the pelican that inhabits the flood plains at Dhuruputjpi. read more

Ancestral Hunter

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bark

H: 0cm W: 0cm

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

Muurru ga Miliyawuy

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Artwork Muurru ga Miliyawuy
bark

H: 168cm W: 31cm

Muurru is a word for saltwter past the tidal zone and shared by Yirritja clans, in this case the magalili, Madarrpa and Dhalwau clans. read more

Yoku at Wayawu and Dharragi

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Artwork Yoku at Wayawu and Dharragi
larrakitj

H: 147cm W: 0cm

There are two clan groups represented on this larrakitji, the artiss Magalili clan and her husbands Dhud-djapu clan. read more

Muurru

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Artwork Muurru
bark

H: 54cm W: 27cm

This painting uses the sacred clan design which denotes the Yirritja moiety Magalili clan identity in a non-figurative way, something of a departure from traditional north east Arnhem Land public art. read more

Nyapalingu Wapitja

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Artwork Nyapalingu Wapitja
shell

H: 210cm W: 0cm

This carving represents Nyapalingu and her wapitja(digging stick) as described in the story below. read more

Nyapali\u Wapitja

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Artwork Nyapali\u Wapitja
carving

H: 143cm W: 0cm

Muurru ga Miliyawuy

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Artwork Muurru ga Miliyawuy
bark

H: 112cm W: 53cm

Muurru is a word for saltwter past the tidal zone and shared by Yirritja clans, in this case the magalili, Madarrpa and Dhalwau clans. read more

|oykal

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bark

H: 0cm W: 0cm

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

Yoku at Wayawu and Dharragi

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Artwork Yoku at Wayawu and Dharragi
bark

H: 178cm W: 57cm

There are two clan groups represented on this larrakitji, the artists Magalili clan and her husbands Dhud-djapu clan. read more

Muurru

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Artwork Muurru
bark

H: 117cm W: 30cm

This painting uses the sacred clan design which denotes the Yirritja moiety Magalili clan identity in a non-figurative way, something of a departure from traditional north east Arnhem Land public art. read more

Wayawu in Muurru

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Artwork Wayawu in Muurru
bark

H: 82cm W: 55cm

The understandings Yolu have of rivers go beyond the mouth. read more

Muurru

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Artwork Muurru
bark

H: 83cm W: 32cm

This painting uses the sacred clan design which denotes the Yirritja moiety Magalili clan identity in a non-figurative way, something of a departure from traditional north east Arnhem Land public art. read more

Yambirrku and Muurru

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Artwork Yambirrku and Muurru

H: 206cm W: 0cm

Yambirrku is the parrot fish, totemic to the Magalili clan. read more

Yoku at Wayawu

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Artwork Yoku at Wayawu
bark

H: 102cm W: 25cm

The miny’tji (sacred clan designs) is Magalili freshwater and talks of |oykal the Kingfish, rotting wood raga (sacred object) under the water and the sacred yoku (corms of the water lily) representing the yothu (children) of the Magalili fed on by the Bilthu (Rifle fish). read more

Muurru

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Artwork Muurru
bark

H: 53cm W: 27cm

This painting uses the sacred clan design which denotes the Yirritja moiety Magalili clan identity in a non-figurative way, something of a departure from traditional north east Arnhem Land public art. read more