This painting depicts the Papa Tjukurrpa (Dog Dreaming) in Mintjinperri, located East of Kintore. Mintjinperri is Pintupi country, owned by the Nungarrayi women. Mintjinperri is a site for woman’s business, where they gather for ceremony, using leaves to brush the earth. In this Tjukurrpa the Papas are walking around, searching for Kapi (waterholes). As they walk amongst the tali (sandhills) and Puli (rocks) they leave footprints behind them. Today you can still see those footprints in the sand. This Tjukurrpa was passed down to Kelly from her mother, Alice Nampitjinpa Dixon, who received it from her mother, Panaria Nungarrayi. Panaria, Kellys maternal grandmother, is from Mintjinperri, this is her country and Tjukurrpa.