Rock holes around Warralong Community
Contemporary Indigenous Artist Lorna Linmurra is from the Great Sandy Desert in Western Australia's Pilbara Region.
This painting depicts the Rock holes around Warralong Community in Martu Country where water sources including rock holes, waterholes, soaks and springs were essential places during the nomadic bush period or pujiman. During the pujiman era, the Martu people made vast journeys from one water source to another, travelling, hunting and managing the land with fire.
91 x 121 cm
Acrylic on linen with Certificate of Authenticity
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