ARTIST: Carol Stevens c.1978 –
TITLE: Minyma Kutjara – Manturu
LANGUAGE/REGION: Pinjantjatjara/Anangu Pitjantjatjara Lands – SA
YEAR: 2016
DIMENSIONS: 76.0cm x 51.0cm
MEDIUM: synthetic polymer paints on Belgian linen

DREAMINGS: Minyma Kutjara – Manturu

Carol is from Fregon. This is a small, remote aboriginal community located in the centre of Australia in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara Lands, far North West of South Australia. An emerging artist, she works from the Kaltjiti Arts Centre. Carol paints the story with her mother, artist Beverley Cameron. Carol is married with one daughter.

Minyma Kutjara – Manturu

This is a tjukurpa story of two women from Manturu. The women travelled on to the waterhole at Alice Springs, Bungalow Waterhole, a very important women’s place. They live now in the waterhole. The Dreaming track of the Kungka Kutjara who travelled from Puka in the Mann Ranges to Katartitja north of Uluru, then to Parntu (Lake Amadeus) to Ulpunyali near Kings Canyon, and then to the waterhole at Alice Springs. This is a very significant Women’s Dreaming track linking Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara and Arrernte women’s country and law.

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