Thama and Jinda – 77-24

Marlene Harold


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Marlene Harold
Acrylic on Canvas
610 x 880mm
Year: 2024

Thama and Jinda

Thama (fire) and jinda (charcoal): When you get the marruwa (snakewood) and make fire, you see it burning, burning, burning. After the fire burns the wood becomes black, jinda (charcoal). And then the ash comes. Marruwa is the best stick to burn because it burns so hot. This men gather this tree to make boomerangs and tapping sticks.


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