|Medium:||Acrylic on belgian linen|
|Size:||30 X 30cm|
Debra, born 11-12-64 in Pintupi country of Papunya. Debra comes from a long line of highly acclaimed artists. Walangkura & Johnny Yungut are her parents who taught her their dreamtime stories. Her sisters Lorraine Nakamarra Yungut & Katherine Nakamarra Marshall are also highly respected Papunya Tula artists. Debra has been painting since 1984.
In this painting Debra depicts sacred sites, rock holes & tali (sand hills) at Yalkipi Outstation, near Papunya which is her fathers country & the area of her birthplace. Women use this area to perform their sacred ceremonies & teach their young women their Dreamtime culture.
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