In this painting Wawiriya has depicted many rockholes where water collects after the rains.These rockholes are an important source of water during the dry season when most of the water holes and creeks dry up. Water is an essential element in the desert. Knowledge of rock hole sites is passed from generation to generation and revered by all Anangu (people) Pintjantjatjara.
TJALA ARTS Tjala Arts is located at Amata Community, in the far northwest of South Australia. It is an Aboriginal owned and managed corporation that sells artwork on behalf of its members. Since its foundation in 1999 (originally as Minymaku Arts), Tjala Arts has concentrated on adapting traditional aboriginal symbols and designs to create contemporary abstract imagery. The centre provides an opportunity for the Anangu (Pitjantjatjara Aboriginal people) to develop skills in fine art and regional craft production. The art centre also plays a significant role in the well-being of the community and maintaining culture and law.