region: Tanami Desert
Social Affiliation: Napanangka subsection
Medium: Acrylic paint on canvas
Subjects: Warna (Snake), Kanta (Bloodwood Gall or Bush Coconut), Wardapi (Goanna), Wakirlpirri (Acacia Seed), Karnta (Women), Ngalyipi (Snake Vine), Ngapa (Water/Rain), Puturlu (Mt. Theo), Wanakiji (Bush Tomato), Jarrada-Jarrayi (Dreaming Site). Notes supplied by Francoise Dussart:; Born at Jarradajarrayi (Mt. Theo), which is associated with Wardapi (goanna) and Warna (snake) Dreamings. She is also responsible as an owner, kirda, for a dogwood Dreaming through her father.
1992 – The Australian National Gallery commissioned a collection of 14 paintings by the Association’s prominent Artists. The collection documents the major dreaming represented in the current painting movement of the Yuendumu region. A collaborative work by Liddy and her sister Maggie Napanangka White will form part of the collection.
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