This is the artist’s traditional country in the top of the Northern Territory near the Western Australia border. This place is called Kimoorlng River. All the sharp pointed shapes around the painting represent hills and the coloured circles in the middle represent small and large billabongs. In the centre of the painting is a line which represents a river called Kimoorlng. The large black hill at the top of the painting is called Byanambi. The light brown represents the plain country.