Shop

Story

This painting represents the land of my Grandfather, my father’s father. The three brown sections depict the salt plains in the desert behind Yakanarra. The black sections are the ‘living water’ that stays beneath the land.

As for my Grandfather, he was living in the bush as a nomad and this land was his playground. This painting shows my Grandfather’s country as when he was a boy (he knew it as the country of his heart). He is now resting in peace, but before he died, he told me his Land Story.

Read More ▾

Mark Nodea

Mark was born in Derby in 1968. He resides in Turkey Creek and is the former Chairperson of Warmun Art Centre.

See more

Why Maliyaa?

  • Free shipping worldwide
  • 100% money back guarantee
  • Authenticity and ethics
  • Great service
  • Years of experience

Kurunyji

Select your currency

EUR€4,950

Artist

Size

Material

,

Area

Western Australia

Style

,

Colour

, , ,

Price

SKU: glaag008 Category: Tag:

1 in stock

Need some help? Just call us!

+31 (0)6 12322875

Prefer chatting? We use Whatsapp!

Why Maliyaa?

  • Free shipping worldwide
  • 100% money back guarantee
  • Authenticity and ethics
  • Great service
  • Years of experience

Story

This painting represents the land of my Grandfather, my father’s father. The three brown sections depict the salt plains in the desert behind Yakanarra. The black sections are the ‘living water’ that stays beneath the land.

As for my Grandfather, he was living in the bush as a nomad and this land was his playground. This painting shows my Grandfather’s country as when he was a boy (he knew it as the country of his heart). He is now resting in peace, but before he died, he told me his Land Story.

Read More ▾

Mark Nodea

Mark was born in Derby in 1968. He resides in Turkey Creek and is the former Chairperson of Warmun Art Centre.

See more

Story

This painting represents the land of my Grandfather, my father’s father. The three brown sections depict the salt plains in the desert behind Yakanarra. The black sections are the ‘living water’ that stays beneath the land.

As for my Grandfather, he was living in the bush as a nomad and this land was his playground. This painting shows my Grandfather’s country as when he was a boy (he knew it as the country of his heart). He is now resting in peace, but before he died, he told me his Land Story.

Read More ▾

Mark Nodea

Mark was born in Derby in 1968. He resides in Turkey Creek and is the former Chairperson of Warmun Art Centre.

See more

Select your currency