Isobel Major

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73 x 91 cm


acrylic on canvas


The sandhill country that dominates much of inland Australia features widely amongst Aboriginal artists painting their desert homelands. While much of the semi- arid country of desert regions is covered in low scrub and grasslands, usually the dominating feature of the landscape is found in the patterns of the sandhills that creates the terrain. Called Tali through much of Central Australia, desert sandhills are formed from the action of wind. Knowledge about the layout of sandhills on Aboriginal clan country is a vital part of understanding this country.

Isobel is the granddaughter of Papunya Tula artist

Billy Stockman Tjapaltjarri.

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