Garrawurra body paint design by Margaret Rarru
The Dja’nkawu sisters made Gapu Milminydjarrk or Milngurr (water holes) by poking their Dhorna or Ganinyidi (digging sticks) into the ground. The Gapu Milminydjarrk are represented by roundels in these paintings. The triangular fields in these works refer to water draining into the sacred waterholes.
Ochre on bark, 59 x 25 cm
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