Liddle depicts everyday life in Iltjiltjara country, where she was born. She captures a sense of the community - roads, houses and an open truck. Indigenous people, indicated by U-shapes are sitting in the back of the truck and in the front house.
Liddle painted the work when she was undertaking a Certificate in Art & Craft course through the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education.
As she explains: "Well I think it's a good course... not just doing painting, painting, painting! It's good coming here to have a change and to learn other ways.
Everyone does dot-dot because that's what the tourists like, but we come here and you can make a mistake!... I tried a new way of painting and I thought I really mucked up! I thought to myself 'I can't keep things straight, 'cause I didn't put the house properly... I'll have to do a bit better. But I never made a mistake 'cause I realised now it's my style. I was only that used to making dot-dot before."