Warakurna Artists Aboriginal Coorporation - Art Collector
Set against the Rawlinson Ranges, Warakurna community is situated 330km west of Uluru in Western Australia. Warakurna Artists opened in 2005 and is a not-for-profit organisation fully owned and governed by Ngaanyatjarra people.
Australia dot style mini paintings
Time for 6th grade's yearly study of Australian Aboriginal art. We always learn about dot painting and x-ray style drawing and then throw...
Warlimpirrnga TJAPALTJARRI - Sans titre
Stéphane Jacob, Expert en Art Aborigène (C.N.E.S), Membre du Comité professionnel des galeries d'art. Co-auteur du catalogue des collections du musée des Confluences et de La Peinture Aborigène aux Nouvelles Editions Scala. Il est signataire de la charte déthique australienne Indigenous Art Code, il sattache depuis 1996 à faire connaître lart et les artistes australiens aborigènes contemporains dAustralie
Black Bush Plum Dreaming - Australian Dreamtime Creations
Authentic Aboriginal Black Bush Plum Dreaming Artwork by Aboriginal artist Maureen Hudson Nampitjinpa Buy with Confidence
CooeeArt Since 1981
Buy Australian Aboriginal art paintings from Cooee Art Gallery Sydney, Australia’s oldest Aboriginal art gallery. Aboriginal paintings, sculptures, artifacts and prints.
Jack Dale Mengenen Paintings & Artist Profile - Japingka Gallery
Jack Dale Mengenen,1920- 2013 major Ngarinyin artist born West Kimberley, paints Wandjina, buy Aboriginal art online Japingka Gallery, call 61 8 9335 8265
Outback Art – inner centre of centre.
Art from the Australian centre. Outback Art - 'Goanna at Yuramayi' - 1973 Kaapa Tjampitjinpa The Palka Karrinya ( 'beyond Karrinya' ) monolith at Central Mount Wedge. The Palka Karrinya is situated at the entrance to a large gorge which is a sacred site that has been a focal point for ancient Aboriginal ceremony, still practised to this day. Central Mount Wedge is situated in the arid Western Desert of the Northern Territory and is approximately plum centre in the middle of Australia. The…
The artwork of sisters Sarrita and Tarisse King illustrates a new wave of modern Indigenous art. Spending most of her youth in Darwin, Sarrita witnessed the extreme nature of the landscape. This developed into the theme for her artwork, which she showcases with an innovative technique and style of her own. Her works ...
Waterhole by Sarrita King
Mimi Art Gallery – Coming Soon
Mimi Art Gallery is a signatory member of the Indigenous Art Alliance who actively promote the ethical trade of Indigenous art. We at Mimi Art Gallery strive to serve the Aboriginal community fairly & with respect.