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This painting depicts Minyma Kutjara (two women), an important women’s creation story of the Irrunytju Community.  

Three rockhole, sisters and dancing and camping. There is one man (wati) sitting and watching the sister while they dance. They are travelling to Docker River.  

Eva Baker was born in Amata Community on the APY Lands of South Australia and belongs to the Pitjantjatjara language and cultural group. Eva has strong connections to Minyma Kutjara tjukurpa (Two Sisters creation story) depicting many aspects of the sisters’ journey through her paintings. These stories were passed down to her by her aunt, Mrs Kunytjil Cooper, one of the original Irrunytju Artists and a highly regarded minyma pampa (senior woman), respected for her extensive knowledge of women's tjukurpa. 

Title: Untitled
Artist: Eva Baker
Art Centre: Minyma Kutjara
Medium: Acrylic on canvas, Tassie oak frame
Dimensions: 71 x 61cm
Catalogue Number: ART-MK-22-151

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Minyma Kutjara

Untitled by Eva Baker - Minyma Kutjara


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Please note: This artwork is part of our current exhibition ' Minyma Kutjara – Two Women' running from 21 January - 26 February 2022. The exhibition will be available to view in store from Saturday 21 January and all purchased works will be dispatched from Tuesday 28th December.

Title: Untitled
Artist: Eva Baker
Art Centre: Minyma Kutjara
Medium: Acrylic on canvas, Tassie oak frame
Dimensions: 71 x 61cm
Catalogue Number: ART-MK-22-151

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