Mid Year Sale 2010
Waterhole by Bevan Tjampitjimpa
Using Aboriginal iconography this painting depicts a waterhole (centre), windbreaks and journey path (white dotted lines). The white clusters represent spinifex grass.
Waterholes are often sites of spiritual and social significance for Aboriginal people in Central Australia.
If you would like to know more about the painting and the relationship with Aboriginal Art and culture, please read the following articles:
- Aboriginal Symbols and their Meanings
- Aboriginal people
Artist: Bevan Tjampitjimpa
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
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