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

Anna Price Pitjara  Pencil Yam  APP201358

Anna Price Pitjara – Pencil Yam – APP201358

APP201358
180cm x 180cm

Australian Aboriginal Art by Bessie Pitjara

Australian Aboriginal Art by Bessie Pitjara

Australian Aboriginal Art by Bessie Pitjara
BPIT201501
60cm 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
DYO705
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
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

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Thomas Tjapaltjarri

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Thomas Tjapaltjarri

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Thomas Tjapaltjarri
180cm x 120cm
TTJA201301

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Thomas Tjapaltjarri

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Thomas Tjapaltjarri

Authentic Australian Aboriginal art by Thomas Tjapaltjarri
TTJA201303
60cm 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.

Awelye (Body Paint) 152cm x 91cm  CPW001

Awelye (Body Paint) 152cm x 91cm – CPW001

CPW001
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.

Awelye (Body Paint) 61cm x 61cm  VMO703

Awelye (Body Paint) 61cm x 61cm – VMO703

VMO703
61cm x 61cm

Bapa Bepi 90cm x 90cm -KMC752

Bapa Bepi 90cm x 90cm -KMC752

90cm x 90cm
KMC752

Bernadine Johnson  Medicine Leaf  BJO870

Bernadine Johnson – Medicine Leaf – BJO870

BJO870
90cm x 60cm

Bernadine Johnson  Medicine Leaf  BJO873

Bernadine Johnson – Medicine Leaf – BJO873

BJO873
90cm x 60cm

Better World Art  Chain Stitch Rug Theo Nangala Hudson

Better World Art – Chain Stitch Rug Theo Nangala Hudson

Size: 3ft x 2ft (91cm x 61cm)
AZ003

Biography
Theo (Faye) Nangala Hudson was born in 1989 in Alice Springs Hospital, the closest hospital to Nyirripi, a remote Aboriginal community located 440 km north-west of Alice Springs in the NT of Australia where her parents lived. She was born to Mika and Ursula Napangardi Hudson and has older twin brothers. Theo attended the local school until she was 14 years. When she left school she did odd jobs and later joined the Nyirripi Night Patrol, a service that provides safe transportation; diversion from contact with the criminal justice system; and intervention to prevent disorder in communities. Theo is married and has three children.

Theo began painting with the Warlukurlangu Aboriginal Corporation, an Aboriginal owned and governed art centre located in Yuendumu in 2002, when she was 13 years of age. “I would watch my Grandmother paint and listen to her stories”. She began to paint in earnest with the art centre in 2006. Warlukurlangu makes regular visits to Nyirripi to drop off canvas, paint and brushes for the artists and to collect finished artwork. Theo paints her mother’s Jukurrpa (Dreamings) and her father’s Jukurrpa, such as Yuparli Jukurrpa (Bush Banana Dreaming) from her mother’s side and Pikilyi Jukuurpa (Vaughan Springs Dreaming) from her father’s side. These Dreamings have been passed down through the millennia. Theo uses an unrestricted palette and loves to create patterns that depict a modern interpretation of her traditional culture.

When Theo is not painting and looking after her family she likes to go hunting for Yurrampi (honey ants) and Yuparli (bush banana).