In July 2019 the artists joined the high school students from Blackstone on a day out visiting Singing Rock, west of Blackstone. It is called Singing Rock because when you strike certain rocks with another rock they ring out like a church bell. It is also an important rock hole/creek where water could be found after the rains. On the surface of a large upright rock are paintings done around a 100 years or more by previous inhabitants. Downstream from Singing Rock is one of the many the homelands where the Ngaanyatjarra returned after walking out from the Warburton Mission in the early 1980’s. This camp was the original location for Blackstone, before it was moved to its current location. Remains of the original wiltja (shelters) can still be seen today. In this painting Jennifer has depicted the creek and water holes as it makes its way down the cutaway at Singing Rock.