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“This is stone country – when I walk across this country there are lots of rocks and little stones. We call then Gerran. In the wet season the rivers are filled with coloured stones. That big Ord River (running vertically) and the Dunham (running horizontally)”.
This painting also tells another story. It is corroboree story given to the artist by her father that describes the boundaries of the stony Miriwoong country as well as a representation of her traditional country at Woorroo Worrem east of Kununurra in the Kimberley region. In the corroboree the dancers walk to the north, the east, the south and the west delineating the stone Miriwoong country. As this story was given to the artists she passes it on to her children and grandchildren.