Galawan (Goanna) & Kinga (Crocodile) – Two Brothers


“Wamud, that old man he taught me this story, he told me “When I’m finish and I’m gone you do this painting.” The Kinga (Crocodile) is big brother and Galawan (Goanna), is little brother. Bininj (indigenous people) were travelling down on Kubunj (Paperbark Canoe), and big brother and little brother ate all those Bininj and then they turned into mayh mayh (birds), lots of different kind of birds.” – Elijah Nabegeyo 2021

56 × 38 cm | Ochre on Arches Paper | Cat. no: 4580-21