Dreamtime Ladies by Kathleen Wallace: The painting narrates the story of six Aboriginal ladies and their travels through the Dreamtime, dancing along the way. They made many stops throughout their journey and at each place they danced under the starlight, until finally arriving at their destination Eagle Big, where their statues are found still to this day.
Traditional artists Wawiriya Burton (left) and Ruby Williamson. Artworks from South Australia's Tjala Arts range from traditional styles done in modern colours to more contemporary experimentations. Photo: Tjala Arts
Sensitivity as Strength in Dreamy Paintings by Alexandra Levasseur
Canning Stock Route and Surrounding Country 2008 Acrylic on canvas. This painting, which was produced by 14 women artists at Kunawarritji (Well 33), It depicts a number of the waterholes that were made into wells, but many other permanent and ephemeral water sources are also included. When the Canning Stock Route was in use as a droving highway, many of the artists relied on these other waters to ensure their safe passage through this contested land. 292×129 cm