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The Bidi Katitjiny Aboriginal Women’s Trail runs through an area of Piney Lakes Reserve which was utilised by Noongar women throughout the year, over the Noongar six seasons. The Noongar six seasons each represent a different period of activity dependant on the weather and the cycles of nature.

The Bidi Katitjiny Aboriginal Women’s Trail runs through an area of Piney Lakes Reserve which was utilised by Noongar women throughout the year, over the Noongar six seasons. The Noongar six seasons each represent a different period of activity dependant on the weather and the cycles of nature.

Ininti Seed Necklace - Annie Nelson Napangardi- Jewellery such as necklaces are also an extremely important component in Australian Aboriginal culture. Annie Nelson Napangardi with help from her husband Rodney Cook collected the Ininti seeds from her country of Ti Tree in central Australia.

Ininti Seed Necklace by Annie Nelson Napangardi from Ti Tree, Central Australia created an 61 cm painting. Free worldwide shipping and order tracking and certificate of authenticity with every piece of artwork along with a customer satisfaction guarantee from the Aboriginal Art Store

This image really well exemplifies pattern by sheer virtue of the patterns spread throughout it. They also give the composition life by moving in different directions and seem to be an overhead depiction of a council meeting.  Minyma Tjukurrpa by Marlene Young Nungurrayi

Australian Aboriginal artists use symbols to express the stories of their culture. Understanding the meaning behind symbols requires context.

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Aboriginal burial poles at The National Gallery of Australia

Full of amazing food and wine, our next stop on our weekend in Canberra as part of the Human Brochure initiative was the National Gallery of Australia. We took in the pieces outside, including Diamonds above the bus, the collection of pears and the big silver ball with Indigenous animal symbols depicted on it. Once inside, we were immediately impressed with the vast interior. Our group was split into two, and Carly and I were led with half of the group on a thorough guided walk through of…

Stories of Country: A Brief Introduction to Aboriginal Art - DulcieDot

Aboriginal art is one of the oldest forms of art in the world. From rock paintings and carvings, body and bark paintings to modern art paintings and wearable art such as jewellery and garment construction, Aboriginal art is able to preserve the stories of Country through various mediums. To appreciate Aboriginal art is one thing, but to have a deeper understanding is another. So in this blog, we give you a brief introduction to the rich culture woven into Aboriginal art. Gabarnmung, Arnhem…

Making headlines: Was Göbekli Tepe built by Aboriginal Australians?

Most astonishing news are spreading these days again. An article published November 14th in Epoch Times [external link] was claiming a truly amazing discovery already in it’s headline: “…