Lucinda depicts her maternal grandfather’s country in the Great Sandy Desert between the communities of Kiwirrkurra and Balgo. This area is characterised by extensive sand dunes interspersed with rockholes and caves and is dangerous country to travel across during the hot Outback summer. In the cooler winter months however, it is good country for hunting bush turkey and echidna.
Lucinda paints the story of the Piparr Waterhole in this area. In the Dreamtime, there was a big fire at this place. Two men were running away from the fire and fell on their knees. The impressions formed by their knees created the rockholes in the earth. Now, fresh cool water can be found by digging in the rockhole even in the hot season. The round central motif indicates the shape of the Piparr rockhole, while the hypnotic swirling lines surrounding it are the sand dunes which surround the oasis.