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MB027889

Ntyweyampe (Corkwood) Story

Kenny Tilmouth Penangke

Kenny Tilmouth Penangke

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Medium
Acrylic on Canvas
Size
120 x 120cm
Year Painted
2005
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MB027889

Ntyweyampe (Corkwood) Story

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Artist Profile

Kenny is a senior man for his country and teacher of the Dreaming stories belong…

Artist Profile

Artist Profile

Kenny Tilmouth Penangke
Born:

Unknown

Language Group:

Anmatyerre

Country:

Atoola (Bushy Park) , Utopia Region, North East of Alice Springs, Northern Territory

Medium:

Acrylic on Canvas

Subjects:

Yerrampe (Honey Ant) Dreaming, Ntyweyampe (Corkwood) Story, Mulga Tree Dreaming, Snake

Kenny is a senior man for his country and teacher of the Dreaming stories belonging to his country, Atoola (Bushy Park).

COLLECTIONS
Mbantua Gallery Collection, Alice Springs, NT
EXHIBITIONS
2002-2004
Mbantua Gallery USA exhibitions

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Artist Name, Artwork Size, Medium, Year Painted,

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Artist Name:
Kenny Tilmouth Penangke
Artwork Size:
120 x 120cm
Medium:
Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted:
2005
Title:
Ntyweyampe (Corkwood) Story
Free Shipping Worldwide!:
This painting on canvas will be shipped in a cylinder to you free of charge, worldwide! An option to have this painting 'stretched' onto a wooden frame may be available. If selected, further charges will apply and will be calculated at checkout.

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Kenny paints the story of the Ntyweyampe (Corkwood Tree) that belongs to his country, Atoola (Bushy Park) . This story, its songs, dances and symbols have been passed down to Kenny. Ntyweyampe comes from two Anmatyerre words: ntywey meaning the Corkwood Tree, and ampe a word for honey. The Ntyweyampe produces beautiful yellow flowers and distinct corky bark and honey is obtained from the flowers, either by sucking them or steeping them in water to make a sweet drink.

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Mbantua Darwin Gallery