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Kangaroo and Lightning


Michael Nelson Jagamara

234 × 122 cm

1 in stock


The central line represents the distinctive track made in the sand by the kangaroos tail, with the hind legs either side. Traditionally, Kangaroo ancestors angered Warnayarra (The Rainbow Snake) at Mawarriji, a sacred site near Mt Singleton. They tried to punish the Kangaroo Men with a ferocious storm of wind, rain, and lightning. The Kangaroo Men hid in a cave for several days and waited for the storm to pass.

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Dimensions 234 × 122 cm


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