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Helen Reed Nungarrayi "Mina Mina Dreaming"

Product shot of Mina Mina Dreaming - © Helen Reed Nungarrayi

Helen Reed Nungarrayi
"Mina Mina Dreaming"

  • Size (W x H)
  • Medium
  • Catalogue
  • Price $AUD
  • Sale Price
  • 30 x 30 cm
  • Acrylic on Canvas
  • 40020
  • $200
  • $150
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  • Language
  • Born
  • Area
  • Date
  • Warlpiri
  • -
  • Yuendumu, NT
  • 2020

In contemporary Warlpiri paintings, traditional iconography can be used to represent the Jukurrpa, particular sites, and other elements. In paintings of the Mina Mina Jukurrpa, sinuous lines are often used to represent ‘ngalyipi’ (snakevine). Circles and roundels can represent the ‘jintiparnta’ (desert truffle) that the women collected as they travelled, and straight lines are used to represent the ‘karlangu’ (digging sticks). ‘Majardi’ (hairstring skirts) are represented by wavy lines suspended from a single curved line.

(S) This artwork is stretched and is currently hanging in the gallery.

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Artist Helen Reed Nungarrayi
TitleMina Mina Dreaming
Language GroupWarlpiri
AreaYuendumu, NT
Catalogue 40020
Date2020
MediumAcrylic on Canvas
Size (W x H) 30 x 30 cm
Price $AUD $200   Sale Price $150

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In contemporary Warlpiri paintings, traditional iconography can be used to represent the Jukurrpa, particular sites, and other elements. In paintings of the Mina Mina Jukurrpa, sinuous lines are often used to represent ‘ngalyipi’ (snakevine). Circles and roundels can represent the ‘jintiparnta’ (desert truffle) that the women collected as they travelled, and straight lines are used to represent the ‘karlangu’ (digging sticks). ‘Majardi’ (hairstring skirts) are represented by wavy lines suspended from a single curved line.

(S) This artwork is stretched and is currently hanging in the gallery.

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