Dijan Yirritja stori. Maṯpuna (blek brim) en mirritji (barramandi) dubala swimswim gada ḏatam (jawjaw).
This is a Yirritja story. Maṯpuna (black bream) and mirritji (barramundi) are swimming around ḏatam (waterlilies).
Wayne Biḏingal im Ritharrŋu men. Im skin neim Burlany. Imin bon la Lake Evella en imin grouap jeya. Imin oldei luk im dedi en anggurl mob peinting, dumbat rarrk stail. Imin len peinting burrum datma na. Wayne jidan la Ropa na. Wen im nomo dumbat peinting la Ngukurr Arts, im wek la Langgus Senta, migimbat strongwan im langgus Ritharrŋu en Wägilak.
Wayne Biḏingal is a Ritharrŋu man. His skin name is Burlany. He was born at Gapuwiyak and he grew up there. He used to watch his fathers and uncles painting there, in the rarrk style. He learnt painting from them. Wayne lives in Ngukurr now. When he isn’t painting at Ngukurr Arts, he works at the Ngukurr Language Centre keeping his language Ritharrŋu and Wägilak strong.
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