Lawrence has painted Pukara, which is a major Spinifex site on the northern boundary of the Spinifex Lands.At Pukara Two Men (Wati Kutjara), a father and a son travel across the country , their presence is a poweful one. As a child the son was teased and grew up to have a menacing look in his eyes. The people were scared and appealed to the father to take him away as he had become dangerous. One day the son arose early and in the morning fog to set a trap for the people, luring them in close with the sound and smell of Kalyinpa-kalyinpa and ultultkunpa, sweet foods. As people came close the son ate them. To this day people approach the rock hole here with great care making sure the snakes are settled down with smoke first. Lawrence Pennington is a senior initiated man from Spinifex country. At the time of Lawrence’s birth in the early 1930’s, his people, the Spinifex people had no contact with Western civilization. Lawrence grew up as a young boy living a fully traditional hunter-gatherer life. His initiations as a young man in this country have given Lawrence intimate knowledge in a physical as well as a spiritual sense of the sites and stories of the area he was born and responsible for.