Tanita has been painting for 15 years. She grew up watching her mother paint and often sat on her lap learning and admiring her artwork. She was taught by her mother and grandmothers about the storylines, their connection to communities, hunting, culture, family and land.Tanita has painted many items including canvases and guitars; and considers her main style to be traditional dot painting using acrylic paint. She has been involved in the Salvation Army RAP design as well as designing the Youth Safe Transport service bus graphics, where she is thankful for these opportunities. All her designs tell a story, a story of herself and family, their connections throughout the communities, culture and land. Tanita will continue to pass down her knowledge and skills to her children and will tell them the stories she has about growing up in the APY Lands. Each piece of artwork produced by Tanita is a part of her identity as an Anangu woman where she is happy to share her stories and continue to educate others through her art.