This work depicts the puli (mountains) and Lake Kaarkurutintya of her home country.
At one time the artist tells us these are her brothers (deceased) however the work clearly depicts, perhaps male/female.
This work depicts the massive salt lake, Kaarkurutintya, far West of Kintore on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert. This is the home country and the custodial lands of the Narputta NANGALA JUGADAI. The rounded shapes depict the rolling sandhills of the country and the myriad dots reflect the mungari or bush tucker which grows in the region after the annual rains.
This work depicts Lake MacDonald, a large salt lake on the Western Australian border and the home country of Narputta. Surrounding the lake is the puli (rocky hills) and tali (sand hills) stretching away in all directions. It is a harsh but beautiful landscape that holds many important tjukurrpa stories which Narputta maintains through her work.