This painting depicts designs associated with the rockhole site of Umari, situated in sandhill country, east of Mt Webb in Western Australia. The various shapes in this painting depict the rockholes , rocky out crops and sandhills of the area. A number of women gathered at the site to perform ceremonies associated with Umari. The women, one of the Nangala kinship sub section and the others of the Napaltjarri kinship sub section, later travelled toward the east. One of the mythologies associated with the area concerns a relaionship between a man of the Tjakamarra kinship sub section and a woman of the Nangala kinship sub section. This is a mother-in-law relationship which is taboo in Aboriginal culture.