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Acrylic on canvas

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Tjayanka refers to the Kungkarrangkalpa Tjukurpa (Seven Sisters) in her paintings. They are structured like mud maps, tracing the journey of the sisters around the perimeter of the canvas showing the rock-holes and land formations created by the sisters as they walked through the country together.

Incorporated into the paintings is the flight of the eagle, her grandfather, who flies above the path of the sisters. "This is my father's country close up to Irrunytju. The sisters were travelling through this country. My grandfather, he is the eagle in this painting. You can see where he flew, she will tell you."

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Acrylic painting on canvas

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