Namarali (Wororra god)

Donny Nyorna WOOLAGOODJA: artist

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About the work


Namarali is the great Wandjina that belongs to the Wororra tribe. Namarali represents the top, middle and bottom Wororra tribes up the North West Kimberley on the coast. His Laws, Culture and Language start from Oobagooma and go north towards Prince Region this is where the Wororra boundary ends. Namarali created many laws for the Wororra people which relate specifically to funeral customs. He was speared in a Wandjina war at Langii north of Doubƞul Bay. The painƟng of Namarali lies five kilometers inland from Langii in a cave. The artist Donny Woolagoodja is responsible for the care of this painting.
Title
Namarali (Wororra god)
Artist/Maker and role
Donny Nyorna WOOLAGOODJA: artist
Date
2019
Medium
print on paper
Measurements
76.0 x 36.5 cm
Display location
Credit line
Purchased through The Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation: COVID-19 Arts Stimulus Package, 2020
The State Art Collection, The Art Gallery of Western Australia
Accession number
2020/0337

This is one of the prints in our collection.



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