Artist: Patricia Fatt
Title: Rock Holes
Size: 79 x 55 cm unframed
Medium: Acrylic on canvas, unframed
COA and pictures of the artist holding and signing her work will be provide
Indigenous peoples are particularly renowned for their Rock Holes dreamings,
Rock holes form on granite outcrops and act as natural water collection points for surface drainage. As a semi-reliable water source, rock holes played a significant role in the history and movement of people across the region.Before the arrival of Europeans, Aboriginal people travelled across the landscape in accordance with the seasons and the availability of water. As such, knowledge of rock hole locations was crucial to survival.They were also important gathering places where Aboriginal people socialised, traded and performed ceremonies to share traditional lore and Tjukurpa (Pitjantjatjara: relates to the period when ancestral beings created the world).