Kinyu bears artist's name, dimensions, Warlayirti Artists catalogue number 156/07 and Alcaston Gallery catalogue number AK13580 on the reverse synthetic polymer paint on linen 120 x 80cm
PROVENANCE: Painted in 2007 Warlayirti Artists, Wirrimanu (Balgo Hills), Western Australia Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne Private collection
This painting is sold with accompanying Warlayirti Artists documentation that reads: 'Eubena has depicted some of her country south west of Balgo. This country is found along the middle stretches of the Canning Stock Route near Kunawarritji (Well 33). The central circles represent Kinyu warniri (rockholes) named after Kinyu the spirit dog. The sweeping lines depict the tali (sandhills) where Kinyu sleeps. Eubena would often hunt in this country and leave goanna for Kinyu at the warniri.'