Mitakiki Women's collective is the work of three women, Naomi Kantjuriny, Mona Mitakiki and Tjimpayi Presley. Together they paint kapi tjukurla (rock holes) that relate to the story of Kungkarangkalpa tjukurpa – involving seven sisters being chased across country by a bad man (Wati Nyiru), the elder sisters protect and teach the younger ones, and keep them from falling for his tricks. Wati Nyiru can change shape into different rock formations and landmarks, and these sites remain part of the landscape and are important Anangu ceremonial places.
Mona, Tjimpayi and Naomi were taught to paint by senior artist Kunmanara Katie Kawiny. She has passed away but the younger women carry her story on for future generations.