TLF ID M014300
This is a painting by Mangala/Yulparija artist Daniel Walbidi (b1983) depicting his grandfather and grandmother’s country on his father’s side. The painting is shown as an enlargeable image. This work was exhibited as a part of the second National Indigenous Art Triennial, ‘unDisclosed’, at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) in 2012. More of Walbidi's work, as well as further information about him, can be viewed on the NGA website by searching for 'undisclosed'; information about the other artists and the themes of the exhibition can also be found there. Text onscreen gives information about the painting, exploring the layers of fine dotted lines that reveal the sandhills and salt lakes of his desert country. It also explores the importance of Walbidi as a significant emerging artist. The painting measures 152.5 cm high x 152.5 cm wide and was painted with synthetic polymer paint on canvas.