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Tommy Carroll - Woonggool & Nganyjoowarrji - 120 x 120 cm

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Tommy Carroll - Woonggool & Nganyjoowarrji - 120 x 120 cm

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Titre de l'œuvre : Woonggool & Nganyjoowarrji

Artiste : Tommy Carroll

Format : 120 x 120 cm

Provenance et certificat : centre d'art aborigène de Warmun

Référence de cette peinture d'art indigène d’Australie : 147/12

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

Explanations related to this Aboriginal painting :

Journey's between Woonggool and Nganyjoowarrji inform this major work for Tommy Carroll. Woonggoolis a distinctive hill that can be seen to the south of the Gibb River Road near Wyndham in Western Australia. Wangul bears the same name as Tommy's grandfather.

It is the origin of Nganyjoowarrji Ngarranggarni (Dreaming), the snake who created this country, travelling all the way down to Doon Doon. Nganyjoowarrji is Tommy's country. He is named after the last large waterhole, that Ngarranggarni snake hole. Nganyjoowarrji, Tommy Carroll and Woonggool his grandfather travel this country; the canvas symbolises and activates these journeys.

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