Milminydjarrk Barnday (dry sacred waterholes) at Garriyak (#155-19)

Drypoint print, 25 x 32 cm, 2019

This miny’tji (design) represents the waterholes at Garriyak during the dry session. The waterholes were created by the Djan’kawu Sisters as travelled across land and sea giving the people and country their language, ceremony and customs. The waterholes are dry yet retain their significance.


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Artworks by Wilson Ganambarr Manydjarri

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