(Australia 1939 – )
- Kununurra, Kimberley region, Jarnem (Police Hole), Kimberley region
- Language group
- Miriwoong, Kimberley region
- Not on display
- Further information
The Art Centre documentation for the work states: 'In this image the artist indicates different areas of the Keep River as it flows through gorge country in a traditional area of country called Jinamoom. The river is indicated by the lines of blue grey. The ridges of hills and the gorge are represented by lines of yellow ochre. During the wet season the river bank overflows creating wet season creeks that cut across the open grassland plains. This is traditional country for Miriwoong people and now part of the Keep River National Park area.
Peter Newry was born at Newry Station and lived there until 1989 when he moved to Ivanhoe Station near Kununurra. He picked cotton while he lived around Kununurra and also worked as a builder's labourer while the township of Kununurra was being built. From there he went to live at Jarnem (Police Hole) near the Keep River National Park. Following his completion of one painting in 1995, Newry started to paint regularly in 2002.
- triptych: natural pigments on canvas
- 100.0 x 300.0 cm stretcher overall
- Purchased with funds provided by the Aboriginal Collection Benefactors' Group 2011
- Accession number
- © the artist