• Gift of a Grandfather

    Kabbindi has been given the responsibility and the privilege of passing on the ancient stories, the art tradition, the love and care for the environment and the strong bonds of a proud people.
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Kabbindi's indigenous family refer to themselves as Nawarddekken – the people of the vast western...

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Kabbindi is a Gunmok woman from Western Arnhem Land. As a custodian of the culture...

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Welcome to our new store where you will find paper, barks and paintings.

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Welcome to Stone Country Creations

homepageThe idea of the website comes from the unique gift left by a magnificent grandfather to his beloved granddaughter: the gift of cultural knowledge and artistic talent. The images Kabbindi paints include the Spirits and Animals of the West Arnhem region and the ceremonies that underpin the cultural life in the Stone Country.

Kabbindi describes her painting as being in the Mimih style of her forebears. This typically involves the depiction of spirit beings and the animals and plants of her grandfather’s country, painted on plain ochre ground. Animals are either painted in solid white form or else in the x-ray style, with their internal physiology on display. Spirits beings on the other hand are decorated with the single parallel hatching or rarrk (fine line work) characteristic of the art of her grandfather’s clan.