Thegooyeng - Black Rock Falls

“During the wet season, flood water time, this was our camp spot. We would camp up on the hillsides to keep dry from the rains and the rising floodwaters of the Ord River. When the waterfalls are flowing you couldn't get to town because of the rivers and creeks overflowing.” Agnes has depicted the big boab tree they used to camp under when she was a child.

Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

 

Year
2012
Medium
Ochre pigments on board
Measurement
200mm x 570mm
Copyright Line
Copyright Waringarri Aboriginal Arts