Tokwampini is the Tiwi name for a bird. Commonly carved on Pukamani poles, it represents the ending of the creation story. Tokwampini is the father of Bima.
|Artist||REPPIE ANNE PAPAJUA (ORSTO)|
|Size & Medium||120 x 80 cm Ochre on Canvas|
Catalog No 14-109 Artist REPPIE ANNE PAPAJUA (ORSTO) Size & Medium 90 x 70 cm Ochre on Linen Category Painting Artist Profile
Yikiikni is the Tiwi word for the white cockatoo Catalog No 14-122 Title Yikiikni Artist REPPIE ANNE PAPAJUA (ORSTO) Size & Medium 100 x 50 cm ochre on canvas Category...
Relating to the passing of a Tiwi person, the Pukamani pole (or Tutini) is a ceremonial carving/sculpture positioned around the grave site of the deceased that tells the story of,...