Lamamirri Whale

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Artwork Lamamirri Whale
Prints

H: 50cm W: 25cm

This work consists of imagery representing the whale mythology of the defunct clan of the Lamamirri. read more

Dharragi

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Artwork Dharragi
bark

H: 120cm W: 61cm

This painting depicts country around the artits homeland of Dhuruputjpi. read more

Yathikpa

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Artwork Yathikpa
larrakitj

H: 150cm W: 0cm

This painting is set in the ocean waters in the Yathikpa region, near Blue Mud Bay. read more

Garrimala

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Artwork Garrimala
bark

H: 86cm W: 25cm

This painting represents Garrimala, a billabong near the artist’s residence, the Dha`wau clan homeland at Gå]ga]. read more

Båru at Biranybirany

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Artwork Båru at Biranybirany
bark

H: 87cm W: 45cm

As with the Madarrpa, the Gumatj revere the Ancestral Crocodile Båru and its associations with the Ancestral Fire. read more

Baraltja

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Artwork Baraltja
bark

H: 225cm W: 72cm

Late 2006 saw the first incised bark painting come into Buku-Larrnggay. read more

Yanawal

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Artwork Yanawal
larrakitj

H: 313cm W: 0cm

This painting is about Wuyal, the ancestral sugarbag man, an important ancestor of the Marrakulu clan of North East Arnhem Land. read more

Manyuku

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Artwork Manyuku
Prints

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

Burru=tji

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Artwork Burru=tji
larrakitj

H: 200cm W: 0cm

This painting is by the sister of high profile artist and ceremonial leader Djambawa Marawili. read more

Garkman at Gå]ga]

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Artwork Garkman at Gå]ga]
bark

H: 0cm W: 0cm

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

Rulyapa

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Artwork Rulyapa
bark

H: 90cm W: 39cm

This miny’tji represents Rulyapa, the rough saltwater country between Nhulunbuy and the large island of Dhambaliya, ballooning up from the secret depths, around the sacred rock Manhala, which can be a manifestation of Daymirri. 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

Wapitja

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Artwork Wapitja

H: 132cm W: 0cm

The country belonging to the Magalili clan was founded in Ancestral times by the Guwak people. read more

Garrimala

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Artwork Garrimala
larrakitj

H: 210cm W: 0cm

This painting represents Garrimala, a billabong near the artist’s residence, the Dha`wau clan homeland at Gå]ga]. read more

Birrkuda

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Artwork Birrkuda
larrakitj

H: 180cm W: 0cm

In country that edges into Dhudi Djapu clan land on this estate is country associated with Dhalwau clan lore. read more

Garrimala

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Artwork Garrimala
bark

H: 132cm W: 61cm

This painting represents Garrimala, a billabong near the artist’s residence, the Dha`wau clan homeland at Gå]ga]. read more

Rulyapa

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Artwork Rulyapa
bark

H: 85cm W: 47cm

This miny’tji represents Rulyapa, the rough saltwater country between Nhulunbuy and the large island of Dhambaliya (Bremer Island), ballooning up from the secret depths, around the sacred rock Manhala, which can be a manifestation of Daymirri. read more

Bamurruu

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Artwork Bamurruu
bark

H: 112cm W: 46cm

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

Garrimala

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Artwork Garrimala
bark

H: 163cm W: 74cm

This painting represents Garrimala, a billabong near the artist’s residence, the Dha`wau clan homeland at Gå]ga]. read more

Darragi

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Artwork Darragi
bark

H: 197cm W: 0cm

The artist has made reference to her mother clan, the Dhudi Djapu here. read more

Miliyawuy

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Artwork Miliyawuy
bark

H: 0cm W: 0cm

This work was created following Nami’s third major prize win in the 2005 Telstra Award for her third solo exhibition at Bandigan Art in Sydney. read more

Mokuy

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Artwork Mokuy

H: 244cm W: 0cm

The artist says about this work; “The mokuy or nanuk (spirits) come in together, Dhuwa and Yirritja to the sacred ground called Balambala, past Gangan, the other side for all the mokuy to get together. read more

Buyku

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Artwork Buyku
larrakitj

H: 262cm W: 0cm

The Larrakitj had its traditional use for the Yolngu of North east Arnhem Land as an ossuary or bone container erected as a memorial to a dead kinsman up to a decade after death. read more

Mumu=thun

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Artwork Mumu=thun
bark

H: 119cm W: 32cm

The protected bay of saltwater named on maps below Cape Arnhem as Port Bradshaw is separated from the open sea (Gulf of Carpentaria) by open bush land on sand behind the highest dunes in the Territory, that face the ‘sunrise’ side (East). read more

Gå]ga] Waters

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Artwork Gå]ga] Waters
bark

H: 0cm W: 0cm

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

Muurru

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Artwork Muurru
bark

H: 131cm W: 57cm

The beautiful rendition of the sea at Garraparra. read more

Bamurruu

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Artwork Bamurruu
bark

H: 169cm W: 77cm

Bamurruu is a monolithic rock standing in the mouth of Trial Bay submerged within its waters. read more

Madarrpa/Dhudi-Djapu larrakitj

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Artwork Madarrpa/Dhudi-Djapu larrakitj
larrakitj

H: 307cm W: 0cm

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

Gangan

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Artwork Gangan
larrakitj

H: 226cm W: 0cm

Dhalwau totems Wurran the diver bird and Minhala the long neck turtle have been painted on a body of freshwater from Gånga] (diamonds). read more

Yukuwa

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Artwork Yukuwa
bark

H: 109cm W: 23cm

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