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Helicopter Tjungurrayi

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Acrylic Paint on canvas

Signed with a certificate of authenticity.

Helicopter has depicted his traditional country, located far to the south west of Balgo, in the Great Sandy Desert. This country is near Nynmi and is known as Wangkartu, named for the tjurrnu (soakwater) which was the life source for Helicopter when he was a young man travelling and hunting across the land with his family.

The two tjurnu (soakwater) at the top and bottom of the artwork is named Kurrinykutjarra. The many parallel lines in the painting represent the tali (sand dunes) which dominate the landscape of the area. The two jagged black lines is a kiliki (creek), which has dried up.

Medium

acrylic on canvas

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