Bush Vine Dreaming – Ngalyipi Jukurrpa

This dreaming tells about a special tree that everyone uses for medicine. It helps cure aches and pains in the joints, headache and snake bites. The vine is wrapped around the arm on leg and is left till the pain is taken away. Ngalyipi is like the bush banana Yuparli plant, it wind s around trees from ground upwards. The Ngalyipi vines has round leaves, it does not have any edible fruits, it is poisonous. The Snake Vine Ngalyipi is used for everything.

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Medium: Painting
1200 x 600mm Acrylic on Canvas
Year: 2020
SKU: 180-20

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This dreaming tells about a special tree that everyone uses for medicine. It helps cure aches and pains in the joints, headache and snake bites. The vine is wrapped around the arm on leg and is left till the pain is taken away. Ngalyipi is like the bush banana Yuparli plant, it wind s around trees from ground upwards. The Ngalyipi vines has round leaves, it does not have any edible fruits, it is poisonous. The Snake Vine Ngalyipi is used for everything.

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About Myra Patrick Herbert

Myra Patrick commenced painting in 1986 during the Traditional Painting Course initiated by the T.A.F.E. Unit in Lajamanu. Her approach to depicting Dreaming in her painting was diametrically different to other Lajamanu artists. She used a very fine dotting technique, which gave a shimmering effect to her paintings. Myra Patrick also made some pottery and sometimes collaborated on the paintings of her husband, Freddy Partick Tjangala (now deceased). She depicts Dreamings such as the Jurlpa (Small Barn Owl), Malu (kangaroo) Witi (Ceremonial Pole), Bush Vine, Snake and Cockatoo.  In recent years she has decided to use her fathers family name Herbert. Myras father was born in Yinipaka so this is where her dreamings come from.In 2018 Myra was selected to participate in Parrtjima, an indigenous light festival in Alice Springs. Her paintings were translated into visual light projections and a collaborative installation of sounds and sights of the budgerigar. She is senior law lady in Lajamanu.

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