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Potrait of Kamara Brandy Tjungurrayi. - click to view larger image

born about 1930, Manyjilyjarra, Kukatja language groups, Tjungurrayi skin group, Balgo community, Warlayirti Artists

Father (Alphonse) told me to go back to the bush and get all my families.

Brandy walked to old Balgo mission as a young man, and then returned to the desert to collect his family. In 1958 he brought them to Billiluna station, where he earned his name branding cattle.

Brandy raised his family in Balgo, but moved to Kiwirrkurra in the 1990s to be closer to his Country. Today he lives in Balgo with his daughters and many grandchildren.

A painting on canvas of slightly wavy multicoloured vertical lines of squares in light and dark shades of orange, yellow, black, pink, green, blue, and red. These lines of squares overlay vertical lines of solid colour in orange, yellow, maroon, black, green, and blue.

Nyaru

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