Metamorphosis/Garraali

Artwork


Artwork Metamorphosis/Garraali
bark

H: 228cm W: 75cm

In 2009 Djambawa was selected as a participating artist at the 3rd Moscow Biennale 24th September - 24th October 2009. read more

Metamorphosis/Garraali

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Artwork Metamorphosis/Garraali
bark

H: 202cm W: 76cm

In 2009 Djambawa was selected as a participating artist at the 3rd Moscow Biennale 24th September - 24th October 2009. read more

Nyiknyik at baraltja

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Artwork Nyiknyik at baraltja
carving

H: 85cm W: 0cm

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

Dhakandjali

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Artwork Dhakandjali
larrakitj

H: 320cm W: 0cm

Dhakandjali is the name for this burial pole. Its other name can be Dhupundji. read more

Dhakandjali

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Artwork Dhakandjali
larrakitj

H: 331cm W: 0cm

Dhakandjali is the name for this burial pole. Its other name can be Dhupundji. read more

Djunugayau

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Artwork Djunugayau
bark

H: 107cm W: 58cm

The story which Djambawa tells to describe this area is set in the ocean waters in the Yathikpa region, near Blue Mud Bay. read more

Burrut’tji

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Artwork Burrut’tji
bark

H: 129cm W: 44cm

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

Båru at Yathikpa

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Artwork Båru at Yathikpa
bark

H: 90cm W: 30cm

Djambawa explains the elements of his painting which incorporates themes of fire and water and describes the ancestral events in which Bäru, the crocodile, plays a central role. 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

Garraali ga Baru

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Artwork Garraali ga Baru
bark

H: 117cm W: 47cm

Djambawa explains the elements of his painting as themes of fire and water and describes the ancestral events in which Bäru, the crocodile, plays a central role. read more

Garraali

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Artwork Garraali
bark

H: 265cm W: 92cm

Djambawa explains the elements of his painting as themes of fire and water and describes the ancestral events in which Bäru, the crocodile, plays a central role. read more

Båru at Yathikpa

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Artwork Båru at Yathikpa
bark

H: 194cm W: 57cm

Djambawa explains the elements of his painting which incorporates themes of fire and water and describes the ancestral events in which Bäru, the crocodile, plays a central role. read more

Båru at Yathikpa

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Artwork Båru at Yathikpa
bark

H: 105cm W: 40cm

This story comes from Yathikpa, the region at the mouth of the Gunmurrutjpi River. read more

Djunugayau (Dugong)

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Artwork Djunugayau (Dugong)
bark

H: 183cm W: 65cm

In 2009 Djambawa was selected as a participating artist at the 3rd Moscow Biennale 24th September - 24th October 2009. read more

Baraltja

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Artwork Baraltja
bark

H: 186cm W: 76cm

In 2009 Djambawa was selected as a participating artist at the 3rd Moscow Biennale 24th September - 24th October 2009. read more

Båru at Yathikpa

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Artwork Båru at Yathikpa
bark

H: 56cm W: 37cm

This story comes from Yathikpa, the region at the mouth of the Gunmurrutjpi River. read more

Garraali

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Artwork Garraali
bark

H: 0cm W: 0cm

Djambawa explains the elements of his painting as themes of fire and water and describes the ancestral events in which Bäru, the crocodile, plays a central role. read more

Djet

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Artwork Djet
bark

H: 112cm W: 27cm

Djambawa, has painted a narrative that has its origin where this was painted - Baniyala. read more

Dhakandjali

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Artwork Dhakandjali
larrakitj

H: 317cm W: 0cm

Dhakandjali is the name for this burial pole. Its other name can be Dhupundji. read more

Båru

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Artwork Båru

H: 170cm W: 0cm

This carving by Djambawa depicts the transformation of the ancestral warrior Båru into the Madarrpa power totem of crocodile. read more

Dhakandjali

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Artwork Dhakandjali
larrakitj

H: 350cm W: 0cm

Dhakandjali is the name for this burial pole. It’s other name can be Dhupundji. read more

Garraali

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Artwork Garraali
bark

H: 150cm W: 56cm

Djambawa explains the elements of his painting as themes of fire and water and describes the ancestral events in which Bäru, the crocodile, plays a central role. read more

Burrut’tji

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Artwork Burrut’tji
bark

H: 87cm W: 24cm

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

Dhakandjali

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Artwork Dhakandjali
larrakitj

H: 350cm W: 0cm

Dhakandjali is the name for this burial pole. It’s other name can be Dhupundji. read more

Metamorphosis/Garraali

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Artwork Metamorphosis/Garraali
bark

H: 102cm W: 45cm

In 2009 Djambawa was selected as a participating artist at the 3rd Moscow Biennale 24th September - 24th October 2009. read more

Burrut’tji

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Artwork Burrut’tji
bark

H: 160cm W: 65cm

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

Djunugayau (Dugong)

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Artwork Djunugayau (Dugong)
bark

H: 166cm W: 78cm

The open ended strings of diamonds marks the classic miny’tji of the saltwater estate of Yathikpa. read more

Burrut’tji

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Artwork Burrut’tji
bark

H: 75cm W: 36cm

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

Madarrpa/Magalili/Dhudi-Djapu larrakitj

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Artwork Madarrpa/Magalili/Dhudi-Djapu larrakitj
larrakitj

H: 385cm W: 0cm

Djambawa, has painted a narrative that has its origin where this log was painted - Baniyala. read more

Baraltja

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Artwork Baraltja
bark

H: 154cm W: 66cm

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