Limited Edition Etching on Paper
27 x 54 cm
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ID: 15111 LOCATION: Bondi Beach
Regarded as one of the leading artists of the contemporary Aboriginal Art movement, she painted her father's homeland at Lake McKay. Creating her own unique language to describe these homelands, Dorothy's paintings are shaped by an interlacing network of dotted lines. These lines form both a micro and a macro study of the land; creating the homeland topography while telling a story of the ancestral tracks. These lines represent the salt encrustations around the dry clay pans etched with the tracks of the women.