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“Mina Mina – Memories of Country” by Dorothy Napangardi

Catalog Number
DN-24; Screenprint - Basil Hall Editions
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
50cm x 39cm; Paper Size 76cm x 56cm

With its monochromatic colour and the delicate hint of colour, this beautiful sc more....

With its monochromatic colour and the delicate hint of colour, this beautiful screen print depicts a major women’s ceremonial site known as Mina Mina, the artist’s custodial country, located near Lake Mackay in the Tanami Desert. During the Jukurrpa Ancestral women of the Napangardi and Napanangka sub-section groups (aunt / niece relationship, in which knowledge is passed from one to the other) gathered to collect ceremonial digging sticks (karlangu) that had emerged from the ground. They then proceeded east, performing rituals of song and dance, to the place known as Jankinyi.

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“Venus and Mars” by Rusiate Lali

Catalog Number
PRINTRB-13; Etching - Northern Editions
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
50cm x 40.5cm

In this etching we are invited to perceive the playfulness, lightness and beauty more....

In this etching we are invited to perceive the playfulness, lightness and beauty of Venus, the planet of love alongside the characteristics of the planet Mars, often associated with more masculine qualities. Both figures symbolize they are incomplete one without the other, inviting us to incorporate both the feminine and the masculine within us all.

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“Wilkinkarra” by Mitjili Napanangka Gibson

Catalog Number
PRINTMN-01; Northern Editions Screenprint
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
Paper size: 100cm x 69cm

This beautiful screen print is by world renowned artist Mitjili. 'Wilkinkarra' i more....

This beautiful screen print is by world renowned artist Mitjili. 'Wilkinkarra' is the Pintubi name for Lake Mackay. This area is Mitjili’s traditional country and this is the region where she lived pre-contact. Mitjili’s family would camp on the Walatu (islands of the lake) and then go into the surrounding bush to hunt. One of their main camps was called “Parrailpit”, a large wetland area with many eucalyptus trees.

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“Karntakurlangu Jukurrpa” by Dorothy Napangardi

Catalog Number
DN-4/4; Limited Edition Etching
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
20cm x 25cm; Paper size: 36cm x 40cm

In this limited edition etching the artist has created striking black, grey and more....

In this limited edition etching the artist has created striking black, grey and white designs depicting the ancestral women dancing across the country of Mina Mina across the terrain, around the soakages of Mina Mina and the crustations that form when rainwater recedes, through the spinifex clumps and over the sand hills.

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“Spinifex” by Dorothy Napangardi

Catalog Number
DN-4.1; Northern Editions Screenprint
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
20cm x 25cm

This striking white on black design depicts the giant spinifex (Triodia longicep more....

This striking white on black design depicts the giant spinifex (Triodia longiceps) that’s grows throughout the desert region, in the artist’s custodial country of Mina Mina located near Lake Mackay in the Tanami Desert, north of Yuendumu in the Northern Territory. In this work, the artist depicts the ancestral women of the Napangardi and Napanangka (aunt / niece relationship) dancing across and through the spinifex, growing across the terrain and around the soakages of Mina Mina and the crustations that form when rainwater recedes.

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“Janayiwom Country” by Nancy Dilyai

Catalog Number
PM83 4/99ND; Limited Edition Lithograph
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
31cm x 50cm; Paper size: 38cm x 56cm

The print is of ‘Janayiwom Country’ which is located next to Yirralalem Hill. In more....

The print is of ‘Janayiwom Country’ which is located next to Yirralalem Hill. In the Ngarranggarni (Dreamtime) there was an old man named Jariba who walked that area and left his footprints behind which later turned to stone. The centre of the print is his footprints, around the edges of the print are the hills that surround that country. Nancy Dilyai is a senior artist and traditional owner from the East Kimberley region who was born at Ivanhoe Station in Western Australia.

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“Spinifex (White)” by Dorothy Napangardi

Catalog Number
DN-4.2; Limited Edition Etching - Northern Editions
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
20cm x 25cm; Paper size: 36cm x 40cm

In this simple but beautiful etching, the artist has created striking black desi more....

In this simple but beautiful etching, the artist has created striking black design on white depicting the ancestral women dancing across the country of Mina Mina across the terrain, around the soakage’s of Mina Mina and it’s crustations of salt; through the Spinifex clumps and over the sand hills.

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“Tingari Cycle” by Walala Tjapaltjarri

Catalog Number
RSed45WT; Northern Editions
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
108cm x 46cm

During the creation era, the Tingari Ancestors gathered at a series of sites for more....

During the creation era, the Tingari Ancestors gathered at a series of sites for Initiation Ceremonies. They travelled across country, performing rituals at specific sites, creating the natural features of the landscape. These creation stories and rituals are portrayed in song cycles, paintings, ceremonies, and are part of the continuous teaching to the next generation. The artist is retelling the Song Cycle associated with the artist's many ancestral dreaming sites, and the locations of these significant natural sites in the Gibson Desert.

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“Pirlinyanu” by Julie Nangala Robinson

Catalog Number
PRINT20-JR-02; Etching and aquatint
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
79cm x 49cm; Paper size 74cm x 99cm

In this beautiful and evocative etching, Julie has skillfully used a distinctive more....

In this beautiful and evocative etching, Julie has skillfully used a distinctive monochromatic palette, with alternating dots of different sizes, building up specific reference points with the use of greys and white. The image has a lyrical flow and depicts her Ngapa Jukurrpa (Water Dreaming), which is associated with her father’s traditional country of Pirlinyanu, a rocky outcrop in the Tanami Desert, west of Yuendumu and towards the WA border.

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“Tingari Cycle” by Walala Tjapaltjarri

Catalog Number
BSed45WT; Northern Editions
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
108cm x 46cm

During the creation era, the Tingari Ancestors gathered at a series of sites for more....

During the creation era, the Tingari Ancestors gathered at a series of sites for Initiation Ceremonies. They travelled across country, performing rituals at specific sites, creating the natural features of the landscape. These creation stories and rituals are portrayed in song cycles, paintings, ceremonies, and are part of the continuous teaching to the next generation. The artist is retelling the Song Cycle associated with the artist's many ancestral dreaming sites, and the locations of these significant natural sites in the Gibson Desert.

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“Pirlinyanu” by Julie Nangala Robinson

Catalog Number
PRINTJR-01; Limited Edition Etching
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
59cm x 45cm

Julie depicts her Ngapa Jukurrpa (Water Dreaming) - associated with her father’s more....

Julie depicts her Ngapa Jukurrpa (Water Dreaming) - associated with her father’s traditional country of Pirlinyanu, a rocky outcrop in the Tanami Desert, west of Yuendumu and towards the WA border. This rocky country with its significant waterholes and plentiful bush tucker is one of many significant locations for the Water Dreaming - if you know which rocks to move you always have access to fresh water in the deep natural occurring wells of Pirlinyanu. Without this knowledge one could imagine there was no water in this desert landscape.

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“Tingari events at Lake MacKay” by Walala Tjapaltjarri

Catalog Number
WDed50WT; Northern Editions
Type
Limited Edition Prints
Size
51cm x 73cm; Paper size: 121cm x 56cm

In this beautifully subtle white work, the subject is associated with a Jukurrpa more....

In this beautifully subtle white work, the subject is associated with a Jukurrpa (Dreaming) event in the Tingari Cycle, which is related to the site of Wilkinkarra (the great salt lake of Lake Mackay) in Western Australia where Walala and his family lived a traditional lifestyle until 1984. The quiet intensity of Tjapaltjarri’s rectangular forms seem to have a life of their own, creating movement not only up and down but through the entirety of the screenprint.

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