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Sold Lupul Jukurrpa #3142/21ny 2021, acrylic on canvas, unstretched, 107cm x 91cm
Lupul Jukurrpa #3142/21ny is being exhibited in Out Bush: Warlu 2022
Artwork will be shipped at conclusion of exhibition.
This artwork is currently unstretched. We can however have it stretched onto a quality stretcher frame upon purchase.
This artwork can be hung vertically or horizontally.

Helen Reed has painted a jukurrpa (dreaming) related to water. This story is associated to a rock-hole site, Lupul south of Kintore. The Jukurrpa tells the story of the rainbow serpent travelling through the country creating large storms, with the storms the land flourish creating the flora and fauna.   The dreaming associated to Lupul rockhole also is connected to the Two women Jukurrpa. This dreaming tells the story of two women travelling through the country and performing ceremonies, during the ceremonies the use hair-string skirts.
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