Kaltukatjara Rockholes – Rosalind Yibardi


91.4cm x 121.9cm: acrylic on canvas

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91.4cm x 121.9cm: acrylic on canvas

Rosalind Yibardi

Rosalind Yibardi is a senior artist and director of Tjarlirli and Kaltukatjara Art. She is also a member of both the NPY Women’s Council and the acclaimed Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir.

Rosalind was born near Puta Puta, around 90 kilometres east of Kaltukatjara (Docker River). She has lived and travelled throughout the Western Desert region. As a young girl, she lived in Putarti, before travelling through the ranges on a camel-drawn cart to Tempe Downs. At the age of seven, she moved from Tempe Downs to Areyonga, walking there with her family.

Rosalind moved to Kaltukatjara with her three children, to live closer to her birthplace.

Kaltukatjara Rockholes

This painting is a topographical view of the many rockholes which are located near Kaltukatjara (Docker River). These rockholes are important water source to the people of Docker River and have supported their community for many years.