Tika Tika by Nola Yurnangurnu Campbell

Details of Tika Tika

  
Details
Catalog Number : 837430
Size : 50.8cm x 101.6cm
Medium : Acrylic On Canvas
For Sale : Contact Short St Gallery
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About Tika Tika
Tika Tika rockholes are south of Patjarr, there are eight rockholes there. They were made by Ngirntaka the perenti goanna ancestor who travelled from the west to Warburton. He was digging around hunting for tingka (sand gaonna) for food. He found two tingka to eat. He stopped one night and kept going in the morning. People were camping at Tika Tika before Patjarr community was developed. Nola lived there as a young girl and walked around with her uncles and aunties, hunting and learning. They often walked from Yalara rockholes to Tika Tika carrying water in a wooden dish called a kilpi