Patju Presley - Kalaya Piti - 134 x 104 cm - 13211 (sold)

Patju Presley - Kalaya Piti - 134 x 104 cm - 13211
Patju Presley - Kalaya Piti - 134 x 104 cm - 13211

Patju Presley - Kalaya Piti - 134 x 104 cm - 13211 (sold)

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Artiste : Patju Presley

Titre de l'œuvre : Kalaya Piti

Format : 134 x 104 cm

Provenance et certificat : centre d'art aborigène du Spinifex Art Project

Référence de cette peinture : 13211

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Explications pour cette œuvre :

Nyangatja Kalaya Piti ka kalaya Tjukurpa ka kulpi kutjara kalayaku wilttja ka minymaku wiltja minyma kalaya munu watiku wiltja wati kalaya ka nyupali Tipillangaru ka nyangatja kulpingka walka tjunanyi kalaya tjinaka irriti Annangu tjuta ngura palyanu.

This painting is depicting part of the Emu Creation Story at the site of Kalaya Piti. It is here where there are two caves, one associated with the female emu and the other for the male emu. Both of these emus arrived at Kalaya Piti from a special place called Tipil. Inside the caves there are markings of emu footprints. In the early days Aboriginal people would stop and make camp here.

Patju Presley (1945) was born in the 1940s at Itaratjara, an important site between to the community settlement of Watarru and Kalayapiti in the Great Victoria Desert. He is a senior Pitjantjatjara Law man with great knowledge of the geography of the Western Desert and the associated Tjukurpa. His intimate knowledge of the country is directly related to survival in this beautiful but sometimes harsh environment learned from the generations of his ancestors.

His artworks are in the following prestigious collections :

Art Gallery Of Western Australia, Perth, Wa
The National Gallery Of Australia, Canberra, Act
National Gallery Of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria.
The Art Gallery Of New South Wales, Sydney, Nsw
The Corrigan Collection, Australia
The Kaplan-Levi Collection, Usa
University Of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, Qld.
Art Gallery Of South Australia, Adelaide, South Australia (Mens Collaborative)
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Qld.
Murdoch University Collection, Perth, Wa

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