|Medium:||Acrylic on linen|
|Size:||107 X 51cm|
Peter Mungkuri paints for Iwantja Arts and Crafts at Indulkana in the far north of the South Australian desert.
Iwantja Arts and Crafts is an Aboriginal owned and operated art centre with all the profits going back to the artists and the community. The community consists of approximately 300 people with a small number of people occupying outlying traditional homelands.
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