Australian Aboriginal Art by Abie Loy

Australian Aboriginal Art by Abie Loy

Australian Aboriginal Art by Abie Loy
ALOY201501
87cm x 93cm

Australian Aboriginal Art by Yilpi Marks

Australian Aboriginal Art by Yilpi Marks

Australian Aboriginal Art by Yilpi Marks
YILM201305
90cm x 60cm

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Elsie Granites Napanangka

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Elsie Granites Napanangka

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Elsie Granites Napanangka
EGRA201671
90cm x 30cm

Awelye (Body Paint)  BM201325

Awelye (Body Paint) – BM201325

BM201325
120cm x 90cm

Billabong 180cm x 120cm

Billabong 180cm x 120cm

Billabong
180cm x 120cm

Bush Plum (ARNWEKETY)  PNG201603

Bush Plum (ARNWEKETY) – PNG201603

PNGA201603
120cm x 100cm

Grandfathers Journey  120x90cm KMC719

Grandfathers Journey – 120x90cm KMC719

KMC719
120cm x 90cm

Hawk

Hawk

67cm x 66cm
IN628

Kangaroo Dreaming 45x30cm

Kangaroo Dreaming 45x30cm


45x30cm
ELE719

Medicine Leaf  GPET201605

Medicine Leaf – GPET201605

GPET201605

150cm X 60cm

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Mina Mina

Mina Mina

Mina Mina
180×120

Mina Mina  MLN201500

Mina Mina – MLN201500

MLN201500
90cm x 90cm

Mina Mina  MLN201503

Mina Mina – MLN201503

MLN201503
120cm x 90cm

Mina Mina 150x90cm

Mina Mina 150x90cm


EGR699
150x90cm

Pencil Yam  APP201604

Pencil Yam – APP201604

APP201358APP201604
180cm x 180cm

Rainbows and Wildflowers  LMK201604

Rainbows and Wildflowers – LMK201604

Lucky paints an extraordinary variety of stories which she says comes from two Countries, Ngkwarlerlanem and Arnkawenyerr.  Lucky can paint the ceremonial body paint designs belonging to these countries and also her mother’s country, Antarrengeny. This piece depicts the wildflowers which grow after rains have fallen on the dry land. The Bush Yam is an important food source and ceremonies are held to give thanks for the Yam and to ensure the abundance of the root (which can be eaten, and is reminiscent of a sweet potato).

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