Medium:Acrylic on Canvas
Height: 48 in
Width: 44 in
Five circles with different colored rings made of dots radiating outward two wavy lines coming diagonally from opposite corners
This is a painting of very important rock holes (waterholes) at Kaanpi, in William Sandi's mother country which is Pitjantjatjarra land in the north of South Australia. This painting is associated to the Dingo whose ancestors helped form much of the topography of the land in this area. The lines represent the travels of the Dingo and the background dotting is the sandhill country typical of the area.