Each piece in the series focuses on family groups gathering together at a campsite on Country. Part Two has a mountain that represents that hills of Mutawintji. A special/sacred place for Caitlyn and her family. The mountain has a dual meaning of strength and overcoming adversity. It serves as a reminder that you can overcome anything that is put in front of you. There is also a river that flows from the mountain that represents the Barkaa ( Darling River.) The Barkindji people have a deep spiritual connection to the Darling river and all it provides to us and the Country. The paint strokes coming from the campsite and people, are the energy exchange between us and Country. It represents mutual respect and love. This painting takes Caitlyn back to Country, and she hopes it will bring a sense of calmness to your home.