Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon - Nampitjinpa - Rockholes at Talaalpi
This painting refers to the vast and desolate sandhills of her country near Taalalpi, which is located beyond the Kintore/Kiwikurra road near the Western Australian and Northern Territory border. This is the country where her father and mother used to travel by foot when she was a young girl. The place is sƟll of great spiritual significance to Alice and her father's family as it contains both, personal and tribal law to which Alice relates in her work. Water has collected in the rockholes between the sandhills, providing sustenance for her porcupine. The tjikamamta (porcupine) is Alice's own personal tjukurrpa (dreaming). She returned to her country for a visit in late 2005.