This pot was influenced by the Olary Uplands. This was one of the first areas of total Aboriginal dispossession: the remnants of the Ngadjuri people left their tribal area and combined with other people who lived in the Flinders and Gammon Ranges. The various tribes then became known as the Adnjamuthanha, or 'stone' people.

Floor Pot, 1998, 56 cms high, inspired by the landscape in the Olary Uplands, an area which has thousands of examples of Aboriginal rock-carvings, and a small amount of painted examples of what is known at Panarammittee painted-style art. _Most of these petroglyph sites are on private property and their whereabouts is kept 'in house.' These areas should only be visited with the permission of the owners.