Seed and Sand Snake Dreaming – Ngurlu manu Warna Jukurrpa

This dreaming belongs to Jakamarra/Jupurrurla and Nakamarra/Napurrurla groups. The part of the dreaming depicted in this painting is about a sand snake (Warlpiri: Pirinpirapirinpira) that moves along through seeds that have fallen from grasses onto the ground. The dreaming belongs to Miyamiya country in the Tanami Desert.

$220.00

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Medium: Painting
400x300mm Acrylic on Canvas
Year: 2015
SKU: 294-15

Description

This dreaming belongs to Jakamarra/Jupurrurla and Nakamarra/Napurrurla groups. The part of the dreaming depicted in this painting is about a sand snake (Warlpiri: Pirinpirapirinpira) that moves along through seeds that have fallen from grasses onto the ground. The dreaming belongs to Miyamiya country in the Tanami Desert.

Additional information

Weight 0.8 kg

About Marjorie Gibson

Marjorie was born in Darwin. She has lived in Lajamanu all her life.  Her mother has recorded many of her dreaming stories with different anthropologists.  Marjorie loves to read up on these on the internet.  She paints when she has time so she can record her dreaming, and be creative as well.  Its a way of recording her father and mothers dreamings. Her 2 daughters have children and live here in Lajamanu as well.