Australian Aboriginal Art by Ngoia Pollard Napaltjarri Ngoia began painting in 1997, painting her father’s country, which is a sacred Walpiri Territory associated with narratives relating to water snake. The oval shapes in her paintings are iconographic representations of the swamps and lakes near Nyrripi (Talarada) North East of Mt Liebig where Ngoia lives.
Tatuli Napurrula was born in Haasts Bluff in 1955 and grew up living a traditional life in the western desert. Her mother’s taught her how to survive in this harsh environment, how to find food, water, medicine, shelter as well as passing on the sacred women’s stories, songs and ceremony from this land. Tatali now […]