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Frances Keevil Gallery Indigenous Art - Mitjili Napurrula This work is strictly copyright © Indigenous Art

Mitjili Napurrula, Watiya Tjuta (green and white smaller), 2000

Focus: Push/pull negative positive space Mitjili Napurrula, Watiya Tjuta (green and white smaller), 2000

The country associated with this Jukurrpa is Mina Mina, a place far to the west of Yuendumu, which is significant to Napangardi/Napanangka women and Japangardi/Japanangka men. All of them are the custodians of the Jukurrpa that created the area. The Jukurrpa story tells of the journey of a group of women of all ages who

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Mitjili Napurrula

Untitled by Australian Aboriginal artist Mitjili Napurrula Acrylic on linen, 600 x 590 cm. via Adelaide Aboriginal Art

Black & white print design with abstract textural pattern // Mitjili Napurrula

Mitjili Napurrula ~ Uwalki, 2008 The artist paints her associations with the Spear Dreaming. The Uwalki tree is used for making spears.

Mitjili Napurrula

Uwalki 2000 by Mitjili Napurrula from Ikuntji, Central Australia created a 305 x 182 cm Acrylic on Belgian Linen painting SOLD at the Aboriginal Art Store

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Art aborigène / (Photo: Ngapa (Water Dreaming) by Aboriginal Artist Malcolm Maloney Jagamarra)

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Artist:	Mitjili Napurrula Title:	Uwalki : Watiya Tjuta Medium:	Acrylic on canvas Size:	96 X 96cm

Artist: Mitjili Napurrula Title: Uwalki : Watiya Tjuta Medium: Acrylic on canvas Size: 96 X

Aboriginal Indigenous - Mitjili Napurrula - awesome example of Mitjili's art

Untitled 11 by Indigenous Australian artist Mitjili Napurrula from Understanding Country exhibition

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