Catalogue No: LN 14-75
Limited Edition: 75
Image Size: 33 cm x 19 cm
Paper & size: 53 cm x 45 cm
Artwork Type: Original Editioned Print
Studio: Chrysalis Publishing
In the Ngarrangkarni (Dreaming) an old man went hunting with his two dogs. The dogs chased after a kangaroo and disappeared. The man sat at the top of a hill, high above Bow River (30 km north of Warmun) and called out for his dogs to come back. He turned into a rock and can still be seen standing there, calling out for the dogs. Both the dogs and kangaroo also turned into rocks. This place is called Sugarbag Yard. The etching shows the man at the top of the hill.
Region: Fitzroy Crossing
Lena has been painting at the Warmun Art Centre since it commenced operation in August 1998 and has developed an international reputation as an original and dynamic painter. Lena is one of eight artists featured in the Musee Du Quai Branly project opened in Paris in 2006.