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Other Aboriginal Art

Aboriginal art takes many forms, from the enduring rock engravings and cave paintings, to the more ephemeral arts of Aboriginal body painting, ceremonial sculptures, totems and engravings. The adoption of new materials such as canvas and acrylics has led to new artistic forms of expression which often compliments rather than replaces the traditional ones. As a result, Australian Aboriginal art is a growing organic process, with roots steeped in thousands of years of ceremonial tradition.
Being in the presence of some Aboriginal art can often be like looking in to a time capsule, a transmitting artefact giving knowledge of our past!
Geological evidence indicates that some Aboriginal rock engravings are of great antiquity and likely to be many thousands of years older than the pyramids of Egypt.

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Acrylic on canvas
by Rayleen Price




Acrylic on canvas
by Rayleen Price



Ochre on canvas
by Lily
Karadada



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Incised Wandjina slate
by Lily
Karadada



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'Pantijan Country'
Acrylic on canavas board
by Gordon Barunga



Very Large Totemic Crocodile

1970s


'Snake Dreaming'
by Eddie Blitner




'Goanna Meeting'

by Eddie Blitner



'Body Paint'
Acrylic on canavas
by Nellie Marks Nakamarra




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