Eileen Napaltjarri paints stories from her father’s ancestral country at Tjitjurrulnga (also known as Titjurrulpa Rockhole), which is located west of Kintore. In this story men and women are travelling from Yuendumu, West of Kintore to Tjitjurrulnga. When they arrive, the men and women dance and make ceremony. Eileen depicts this traditional country with long rows of sand hills that form rhythmic patterns across the canvas. Occasionally the lines of hills diverge and then meet up again to reveal a desert water source located in the rockhole. The Tjukurrpa (dreaming) for Tjitjurrulng is ice (little frost stars).