Naata Nungurray, Untitled (Unkunya), 2006, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 122 x 91 cm; Papunya Tula Artists; Tony Bond Aboriginal Art; Mossgreen Auctions 2015. "This painting depicts designs associated with the soakage water site of Unkunya, west of the Pollock Hills in Western Australia. The soakages at the site are represented by the two large roundels: lines depict the tali (sandhills) surrounding Unkunya.
Shorty Lungkata Tjungurrayi, Pintupi c.1920–87, "Men in a Bushfire" (1972) enamel paint on composition board National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Aboriginal Artists Agency Limited and Papunya Tula Artists
Katungka This painting depicts designs associated with the travels of an old women. Walangkura was born at the site of Tjiturlnga, west of Walungurra C. 1946. In her early teens she along with her family moved to Haast Bluff and in 1994 she participated in a joint canvas project between Kinore and Haast bluff. She began painting for Papunya Tula Artists in 1996 and now resides with her husband Johnny Yunget Tjupurrulla in Kiwirrkura