The concentric circle in this painting represents a sacred site where a ceremony is taking place. The lines protruding from the concentric circle represent traveling by the women. The outer lines with curves indicate windbreaks. The U shapes indicate women along with their digging sticks and coolamons (wooden dishes). Peggy Nampitjinpa Brown lives at Yuendumu, Central Desert region of Australia. Peggy is widowed and has 4 sons and 6 daughters. She is Dinny Nolan’s sister. Peggy’s story is from her father’s side.