Item - Benengoogwalem

ID UNSW PR 2011/1042 (121364)
Artist Judy MENGIL (1954 - )
Title Benengoogwalem
Alternate Titles (part of the Waringarri Suite)
Category Print
Medium colour etching
Materials coloured inks, paper support
Edition Number 34/50
Measurements (cms)  
  Height 25.00
  Width 25.00
  Depth 0.00
  Other 0.00
Marks/Inscriptions  
  Location signed lower right beneath image; and embossed studio stamp in lower right corner of support
  Signed signed in pencil: Judy Mengil
Produced  
  When 2008
  Where Australia, NT, Darwin, Northern Editions Printmaking Studio
Style Abstract
Subject Landmap
Credit Line
Description/Remarks    Image is divided into distinct areas of yellow, blue, green and red ochre by sinuous blue lines ornamented with cream-coloured dots. The red-ochre and yellow sections each contain a single, circular shape patterned with dotted concentric circles. From Waringarri Aboriginal Arts - "Print Description: Benengoogwalem is my traditional country. It is the place where a freshwater spring bubbles up from on top of the ridge and splits into two little creeks. There is a waterhole here surrounded by Nhal nhal (waterlillies). The creeks join up as they flow towards Moonoomoorrem (the Keep River)."
Exhibition History Kimberley Ink: the Waringarri Suite and selected new etchings Northern Editions Gallery, Darwin; and thence University of Wollongong; Heritage House Cultural Centre, South Perth (16/08/2008 - 00/04/2009)
Prints Charming: introducing The Waringarri Suite Booker-Lowe Gallery, Houston Texas, USA (21/01/2010 - 18/03/2010)
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