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TJUKURPA KUNPU NAGARANYI KALTJITI ARTS KU strong paintings from kaltjiti artists Selected works - Exhibitions - Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi - Exhibiting Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art Melbourne | Fitzroy VIC

TJUKURPA KUNPU NAGARANYI KALTJITI ARTS KU strong paintings from kaltjiti artists Selected works - Exhibitions - Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi - Exhibiting Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art Melbourne | Fitzroy VIC

Aboriginal Artist Fabrianne Peterson Nampitjinpa 0898 ... this painting is done with only one color and is made completely with dots!  fascinating!

Artist: Fabrianne Peterson NampitjinpaDreaming: 'Wangunu' Bush DamperPainted in Alice Springs 2011Contact: info@desertartcentre.com.au

Studio and Garden: Sacred Landscapes: Australian Aboriginal Paintings at the Hood Museum

Lena Nyadbi, Jimbala, Jeering and Daiwul Country, 2001; ochres on canvas. It is amazing to me that an art that comes out of a strong spiritual tradition, with deep roots over millennia, can seem so vibrant and fresh to my eyes. The Australian Aboriginal paintings on canvas can stand with the best contemporary abstraction in formal terms, with additional emotional weight coming from their meaning. There is a beautiful selection of these works currently in an exhibit, Crossing Cultures: The…

Canning Stock Route Project : Marjorie Yates

The Canning Stock Route Project tells an intercultural and intergenerational story of Aboriginal community, collaboration and reconciliation. It explores their cultural diversity and interconnections with each other and their Country and their part in a greater Australian story.

Complex Yet Beautiful Aboriginal Art Examples: Art is not something that happened in one era and that too when human beings were in a position where their

Art is not something that happened in one era and that too when human beings were in a position where their basic needs were taken care of and they had the luxury of time and leisure to indulge in artistic pursuits. In fact, if you would notice art still existed when humans had to forage for simple needs like food, shelter and clothing. What else would explain the fact that the most ancient of tribes still found the time and wherewithal to create some form of art or the other? We should take…