The art centre documentation for this work states:
Eubena has painted some of her country south west of Balgo in the middle stretches of the Canning Stock Route. The majority of the painting shows the tali (sandhills) that dominate this country. The central circles are tjurrnu (soak water) named Midjul. This is the country where Kinyu the spirit dog lives. Eubena would often cover Midjul with leaves so Kinyu wouldn't come out and would also leave gifts of goanna.
synthetic polymer paint on canvas
125.0 x 295.0 cm stretcher
Purchased with funds provided by the Patricia Bernard Bequest Fund and the Don Mitchell Bequest Fund 2007
Not on display
© Estate of Eubena Nampitjin. Licensed by Viscopy, Sydney
Shown in 3 exhibitions
Eubena Nampitjin, Queen of the Desert, Alcaston Gallery, Fitzroy, 16 Oct 2007–10 Nov 2007
Living Black (2007-08), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 20 Dec 2007–12 Nov 2008
Everywhen: The Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 05 Feb 2016–18 Sep 2016
Referenced in 1 publication
Unknown (Editor), Everywhen: the eternal present in Indigenous art from Australia, Cambridge, 2016, 132, 133 (colour illlus.).