Irriya IV

40.6cm x 55.9cm

At the rockholes of Irriya, two men were sitting down tellling stories. They were having a close look at the rockhole there. They went back to tell the others, who were at Karku, about this place and what they had seen there.

Nola's design skillfully highlights the colorful bushland that flourishes after the rains, bringing to life the wildflowers and the undulating sandhills that characterize the landscape. The intricate patterns of dots and earthy tones create a mesmerizing visual rhythm, evoking the natural beauty and spiritual significance of the land.

The central motif of concentric circles represents the rockholes, a vital source of water and a focal point in the storytelling. The surrounding wavy lines and clusters of dots mimic the natural flow and abundance of life that follows the rains, illustrating the interconnectedness of nature and culture.

Nola Bennett
Nola paints the dreaming of her family and ancestors.
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