Gnamma Holes, Yellow

Yondee Shane Hansen

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80 x 90 cm


acrylic and sand on canvas


The gnamma holes were created by lighting a fire on the slope of a large granite slab in order to crack the hard rock. A hollow would then be gouged out of the rock surface forming a hole. Gnamma holes, are especially important to Aboriginal people to store and capture and trap water during the summer months.

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