Indigenous Australian Art
***SOLD*** ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by MARY RUMBLE PITJARA "KANGAROO DREAMING" 200 x 150 cm. The painting represents the Kangaroo as a source of food for Australian Aboriginal people for thousands of years. The Anangu (Aboriginal people/group) Pitjantjatjara (country is mostly in the north-west of South Australia) Yankunytjatjara people of Central Australia call kangaroo "malu". They use malu mainly for meat (kuka) but other uses include materials for spear making.
Kaningarra - Suzie Bootja Bootja. Story: During the Tjukurrpa (Dreamtime) a man and woman were travelling around this area which is located, at the top of the Canning Stock Route. They stopped in the country known as Kaningarra to dig a hole for water, where a permanent spring now exists. The two people are shown as the U shape. They are shown camping by the spring. Surrounding them is the abundance of tjunta, or bush onion,