Kunwardde dja Kun-rohn (Sacred rocks and billabong)

Dusty blue silk with metallic copper ink.

Abigail has depicted the waterholes that lie on the plains near Mankorlod, the country for which she is a traditional owner. The waterholes remain wet throughout the year, even during dry season. This site is connected to the artist’s djang(dreaming), the ngalng (freshwater yabbie) and stone country. Mankorlod homeland is a three-hour drive from Maningrida in the kunwardde (stone country).

This artwork has been sold.