Andrea Adamson Tiger  My Country  Seven Sisters Dreaming AAD711

Andrea Adamson Tiger – My Country – Seven Sisters Dreaming AAD711

AAD711
Andrea Adamson
Seven Sisters
90cm x 60cm

Andrea Adamson Tiger  My Country  Seven Sisters Dreaming AAD890 90cm x 60cm

Andrea Adamson Tiger – My Country – Seven Sisters Dreaming AAD890 90cm x 60cm

AAD890
Andrea Adamson
Seven Sisters
90cm x 60cm

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra
DYO704
101cm x 46cm

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra
DYO702
90cm x 60cm

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Debra Young Nakamarra
DYO703
90cm x 60cm

Awelye (Body Paint) 152cm x 91cm  CPW000

Awelye (Body Paint) 152cm x 91cm – CPW000

CPW000
152cm x 91cm

This painting depicts Awelye (Body Paint) which is applied to the women’s body when ceremony is performed. The paint is made using ochre, charcoal or ash.
Ochre is collected by the women and ground into a fine powder. This is mixed with water or animal fat and applied to the women’s shoulders, breasts, legs, stomach and faces, depending on the ceremony being performed. The Indigenous People of Central Australia still perform the sacred and ancient rituals today.

Bess Price Nungurrayi  Malawirri 101cm x 51cm BP54A

Bess Price Nungurrayi – Malawirri 101cm x 51cm BP54A

101cm x 51cm
BP54A

Bess Price Nungurrayi  Malawirri 90cm x 60cm BP129A

Bess Price Nungurrayi – Malawirri 90cm x 60cm BP129A

90cm x 60cm
BP129A

Bush Plum (ARNWEKETY)  PNG705

Bush Plum (ARNWEKETY) – PNG705

PNG705
120cm x 100cm

Damien and Yilpi Marks Hailstorm Dreaming  121cm x 101cm DYM019

Damien and Yilpi Marks Hailstorm Dreaming – 121cm x 101cm DYM019

DYM019
121cm x 101cm

This piece tells the story of Yilpi’s grandfather and the hailstorm that killed him. As a young man he was stubborn and didn’t listen to the elders that a big storm was coming. He went out hunting before the storm. He also wanted to perform a ceremonial dance to ward of the storm. He took the ceremonial dancing sticks, but didn’t return. The rest of the clan hid in the caves to wait out the storm and afterwards, the women went searching for the man but could not find him. In another area of the country, the children were gathering bush foods and swimming in the newly filled rock holes. Quite by accident, they happened upon the body of the young man. He had died during the storm. This story is told to the children to teach them the importance of listening to their elders.

Damien and Yilpi Marks Hailstorm Dreaming  121cm x 121cm DYM201604

Damien and Yilpi Marks Hailstorm Dreaming – 121cm x 121cm DYM201604

DYM201604
121cm x 121cm

This piece tells the story of Yilpi’s grandfather and the hailstorm that killed him. As a young man he was stubborn and didn’t listen to the elders that a big storm was coming. He went out hunting before the storm. He also wanted to perform a ceremonial dance to ward of the storm. He took the ceremonial dancing sticks, but didn’t return. The rest of the clan hid in the caves to wait out the storm and afterwards, the women went searching for the man but could not find him. In another area of the country, the children were gathering bush foods and swimming in the newly filled rock holes. Quite by accident, they happened upon the body of the young man. He had died during the storm. This story is told to the children to teach them the importance of listening to their elders.

Damien and Yilpi Marks Hailstorm Dreaming 190cm x 120cm  DYM716

Damien and Yilpi Marks Hailstorm Dreaming 190cm x 120cm – DYM716

DYM716
190cm x 120cm

This piece tells the story of Yilpi’s grandfather and the hailstorm that killed him. As a young man he was stubborn and didn’t listen to the elders that a big storm was coming. He went out hunting before the storm. He also wanted to perform a ceremonial dance to ward of the storm. He took the ceremonial dancing sticks, but didn’t return. The rest of the clan hid in the caves to wait out the storm and afterwards, the women went searching for the man but could not find him. In another area of the country, the children were gathering bush foods and swimming in the newly filled rock holes. Quite by accident, they happened upon the body of the young man. He had died during the storm. This story is told to the children to teach them the importance of listening to their elders.

Fire Dreaming 121cm x 91cm  JZIM201303

Fire Dreaming 121cm x 91cm – JZIM201303

JZIM201303
121cm x 91cm

Glass of Fire  Nellie Marks Pendant (10mm x 35mm)

Glass of Fire – Nellie Marks Pendant (10mm x 35mm)

Glass of Fire – Nellie Marks Pendant
10mm x 35mm Orange Glass with Stirling Silver Chain
Designed by Christine Stewart with inspiration by Nellie Marks Nakamarra
ONE OFF PIECE, NO TWO DESIGNS THE SAME

Glass of Fire  Nellie Marks Pendant (25mm x 25mm)

Glass of Fire – Nellie Marks Pendant (25mm x 25mm)

Glass of Fire – Nellie Marks Pendant
25mm x 25mm Orange Glass with Stirling Silver Chain
Designed by Christine Stewart with inspiration by Nellie Marks Nakamarra
ONE OFF PIECE, NO TWO DESIGNS THE SAME

Grandmothers Country 120cm x 90cm  GWAR201601

Grandmothers Country 120cm x 90cm – GWAR201601

GWAR201601
120cm x 90cm