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Striking colours and heavy dot work are used to depict traditional sacred women’s sites in the Kintore area, which is located 250km west of Katherine’s birthplace. The concentric circles commonly seen in her paintings represent the important ceremonial sites for Katherine and her ancestors and the connecting lines between the circles are the ancient travelling paths that lead to these sites. These were established as an indicator for the passage from one site to the next during ceremony.

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Katherine Marshall Nakamarra

Katherine Marshall Nakamarra, the daughter of highly acclaimed Pintupi artist Walangkura Napanangka, has been painting since 1986. Her father, Johnny Yungut Tjupurrula was also an artist, as were her mother’s sister, Pirrmangka Napanangka, and her grandmother, Inyuwa Nampitjinpa.

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Why Maliyaa?

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Story

Striking colours and heavy dot work are used to depict traditional sacred women’s sites in the Kintore area, which is located 250km west of Katherine’s birthplace. The concentric circles commonly seen in her paintings represent the important ceremonial sites for Katherine and her ancestors and the connecting lines between the circles are the ancient travelling paths that lead to these sites. These were established as an indicator for the passage from one site to the next during ceremony.

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Katherine Marshall Nakamarra

Katherine Marshall Nakamarra, the daughter of highly acclaimed Pintupi artist Walangkura Napanangka, has been painting since 1986. Her father, Johnny Yungut Tjupurrula was also an artist, as were her mother’s sister, Pirrmangka Napanangka, and her grandmother, Inyuwa Nampitjinpa.

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Story

Striking colours and heavy dot work are used to depict traditional sacred women’s sites in the Kintore area, which is located 250km west of Katherine’s birthplace. The concentric circles commonly seen in her paintings represent the important ceremonial sites for Katherine and her ancestors and the connecting lines between the circles are the ancient travelling paths that lead to these sites. These were established as an indicator for the passage from one site to the next during ceremony.

Read More ▾

Katherine Marshall Nakamarra

Katherine Marshall Nakamarra, the daughter of highly acclaimed Pintupi artist Walangkura Napanangka, has been painting since 1986. Her father, Johnny Yungut Tjupurrula was also an artist, as were her mother’s sister, Pirrmangka Napanangka, and her grandmother, Inyuwa Nampitjinpa.

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