Molly Walka Yankarr was born circa 1940 in Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia. She is a Kurntumarrajarra wioman and the daughter of Paji Honeychild (Deceased).
Billabong Country Rockholes & Claypans depicts a story from her mother’s birthplace, ‘Yirtil Waterhole’. It is an important permanent waterhole in the Great Sandy Desert that is frequented b y the women for water, Yulka grass and important plants grow at this site needed as food sources and bush medicine.
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin
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