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A Ronnie Tjampitjinpa - Rain Dreaming 2004.
A Ronnie Tjampitjinpa - Rain Dreaming 2004

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa Rain Dreaming 2004 acrylic on linen 1802x129cm This painting represents the rains filtering and washing their way to a soakage water site at Ungama to the south west of Kiwirrkurra. The curved lines depict the flowing waters and the straight lines represent Sandhill’s and the terrain around this area. This piece is linked to the Tingari Men that travelled across the countryside. The Men gathered at this site to conduct ceremonies after which they travelled to Kiwirrkurra. Tjampitjinpa's work is very typical of the Pintupi people's paintings with it's repetitive forms and bold lines. Ronnie Tjampitjinpa began painting in 1971 with the founding group of Papunya painters, considered amongst the first wave of artists effectively linking ancient stories with modern mediums. His paintings first appeared in Papunya Tula exhibitions during the 1970s, then in commercial art galleries in Sydney and Melbourne throughout the1980s. Emerging as one of the most highly regarded and sought after artists of today. Ronnie Tjampitjinpa has participated in many group exhibitions, and in 1988 he won the Alice Springs Art Prize. He was included in the 'Australian Perspecta 1993' at the Art Gallery of NSW. Ronnie's many successes have won him widespread acclaim. Exhibited extensively throughout the world, his works are included in all major Aboriginal art collections

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