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Mabel Juli - GARNKINY NGARRANGGARNI (MOON DREAMING) - 120 x 90

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Mabel Juli - GARNKINY NGARRANGGARNI (MOON DREAMING) - 120 x 90

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Titre de l'œuvre : GARNKINY NGARRANGGARNI (MOON DREAMING)

Artiste : Mabel Juli

Format : 120 x 90 cm

Provenance et certificat : centre d'art aborigène de Warmun

Référence de cette peinture d'art indigène d’Australie : 490/13

© Photo : Aboriginal Signature Estrangin gallery with the courtesy of the artist and Warmun Arts.

Explanations related to this Aboriginal painting :

Well this is the dream by Wardel and Garnkiny (star and moon). That’s what my mother and dad told me about that Dream. The moon sits in the east. The star sits on top of the hills, the moon came and climbed that hill.

That moon loved his mother in-law, but they told him he couldn’t love her and to go away. He left with shame and climbed up the hill and he was looking from on top [of the hill]. He told all the people that they were going to die. He said that he would be the only one living. He cursed those
people that he would be the only one coming back alive. He told them, while they were sitting down, ‘you are all going to die and I will be still alive, coming out. Every three days I will rise from the dead.’ They all died and he was the only one that stayed alive. He came back as the moon, for three days every month.
This is Yariny country in Darrajayin (Springvale Station) which lies south of Warmun. This is Mabel's traditional country.

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