The artist depicts the site of Kalkalwurtu associated with the Seven Sisters Dreaming.
As the artist explains: "Two baby bandicoots are living at Kalkalwurtu. Their mother has been filling them up with milk in a coolamon and leaving them behind sleeping, two little girls. She keeps going away and coming back late afternoon, maybe six o'clock.
Next time six women come and sit down not far from that place, long sand-hill. They try to grab a butterfly and keep missing. They chase the butterfly and then the six women sit on the sand-hill. All the women are racing and saying: 'That one mine!'
Then the mother comes back and looks. Nothing! She camps there and follows them in the morning, tracking. The six women are still there. She says: 'Have you seen my two babies?' The six women hunt them out. They say: 'No we can't give you your babies back. You didn't look after them.' That's the six sisters in the sky: one woman hiding, six showing."