Malangbula - Two Together (Swansea Heads)
This artwork tells the story of The Petrified Women of Swansea Heads. The two upright rock-forms found at the channel entry into Ninkinba (Lake Macquarie) at Swansea Heads were once women, turned to stone, after getting into trouble from an Awabakal warrior. The women became protectors of the nearby burial sites of their ancestors and of the Awabakal people, as they kept watch for any coming danger. When they saw strange ships or creatures coming from the sea, the women would return to human form and warn the people of any dangers.
Size: 1020 x 1020 mm
Medium: Mixed medium on premium stretched canvas with hanging hooks and wire.
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