Anatjari Tjamptjinpa's painting is a 'classic' depiction of a Tingari cycle relating to his traditional lands. The Tingari were a group of ancestral men and ceremonial novices who travelled across the land during the 'dreamtime'. As they travelled they created a set of major geographical sites that can still be seen in Pintupi country today. They also performed and witnessed sacred-secret ceremonies and engaged in ordinary day-to-day activities. This painting celebrates events that took place at one of the these sites, Tjuwal.