Tika Tika bears artist's name, dimensions and Kayili Artists catalogue number 07-034 on the reverse synthetic polymer paint on linen 152 x 152cm
PROVENANCE: Painted in 2007 Kayili Artists, Patjarr, Western Australia Aboriginal and Pacific Art, Sydney Private collection
The artist paints the rockholes (Tika Tika) formed by the Goanna Ngirntaka which rested at the site before settling in Warburton, Western Australia. Campbell lived at this location before moving to Patjarr and becoming one of Kayili's senior women artists.
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