Artist's description:

Walter Batchelor MacDougall was an outback ranger in the 1950's and a vociferous opponent of atomic testing over the vast WA outback. Having blown of his thumb and forefinger in an accident, his three fingered salute became a widely recognised greeting. A popular figure in his bright yellow van on month-long patrols, he was known as Mitjamakanya, meaning Mr Mac, by local people over a region of 1,035,995Km. MacDougals bluff in WA was named in his honour.

Materials used:

Oil on board

Mitjamakanya - Mr Mac (2008)


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