Well 33 to Well 35: The heart of Canning Stock Route country
I was born at Kunawarritji [Well 33]. My father was born at Kinyu [Jarntu, Well 35] ... Kinyu belongs to many people: from the west, from the east, from the north and from the south. These people come from all over ... This Country is for a lot of people.
Roley Williams, Yintakaja Lampajuya, 1988
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Witji Rock Holes, 2007
Jane Gimme, Warlayirti Artists, acrylic on linen, 75.7 x 37.8 cm
The pamarr [rock] for Kinyu is here too. There's a hill and there are holes from the Dreamtime, and tali [sandhill] country everywhere.
These are the witji rock holes, which are represented in this painting by the small circular motifs. These rock holes are interconnected by underground tunnels and they are the home of Jarntu's puppies. The large red circle represents their mother.