#56 Brown Dingo Tracks - LANITA NUMINA : Aboriginal Art: 86x140cm
ARTIST: Lanita Numina
LANGUAGE: Amnatajerre / Kaytetye
REGION: Utopia North Central Desert
TITLE: Brown Dingo Tracks
MEDIUM - Painting - acrylic on canvas
*All paintings come with a Certificate of Authenticity and are signed by the artist*
'This is the story of the Dingo. The dingo looks for watering the creek-beds and rock-holes. The white dots represent the Dingo tracks of the Dingo's journey across the desert and sand-hills to find the water'.
Lanita was born in 1963 and attended school at Kormilda College in Darwin. Lanita is one of six sisters and three brothers. Her Mother is Barbara Price Mbitjana from Stirling Station near Tenant Creek who is also an artist and her late Father was a well-known stockman and brother to Gloria and Kathleen Petyarre.
Lanita has been painting for galleries across the country for over seven years.
Lanita’s work has been purchased by art lovers and collectors and she has had works in a collaborative exhibition in Cairns in 2010. Lanita paints many stories from her family and is also a strong teacher to the next generation.
See Lanita Numina's 'Profile & Collections' page for further information and to see more of her artwork.