“Nimbiya is part of my mother's traditional country in the Keep River National Park. It was made by a butterfly in the Ngarrangarni. The butterfly became these hills. There is a freshwater spring here full of butterflies. On the side of one of the hills are caves. During the old days the people used to stay here hiding form police and before that staying in the caves to keep cool.”

Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

..Ochre pigments on canvas
..1000mm x 1400mm
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..Copyright Waringarri Aboriginal Arts