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This painting was completed by Molly soon after her mother, Narputta Jugadai, gave her permission to paint her mother's story, the story of Lake Mac Donald, West of Kintore. In this painting Molly paints the Tali Tali (sand Hills) surrounding Narputta's Father's country.
Ikuntji Artists is a member-based, not for profit, Aboriginal art centre. It is situated in the community of Haasts Bluff (Ikuntji), and has a board of seven Indigenous directors all of whom live and work locally. Haasts Bluff has a population of around 150 people. Ikuntji Artists has eight key artists, who exhibit in Australia and internationally. They are represented in major collections across the globe.
Artist: Molly Jugadai
Title: Tali Tali at Kaarkurutinytja (Big Mob Sandhills at Lake MacDonald). 09MJ027.
Dimensions: 76 x 71cm
Materials: Acrylic on linen. Tasmanian oak timber frame.
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