Chern’ee Sutton: Ajauku Muruu. "My name is Chern'ee Sutton, I am 17 years old and I am a contemporary Indigenous artist and my heritage lies with the Kalkadoon people from the Mount Isa area in Queensland, Australia. I started painting when I was 13 years old and I paint mostly on canvas using acrylic and raised acrylic paints. I am very passionate about my families' culture and history and wish to share this with the rest of the worl..." from her website
Chern'ee Sutton - This painting is called “Jurutu kutu” which means in the Kalkadoon language “Goanna Egg”. It is my interpretation of the goanna and his never ending hunt for eggs. From the time he is born goanna has a taste for eggs. He can smell them for miles around and can track them for days, going through water and crossing over mountains and land until he comes upon his favourite delicacy.
Contemporary Aboriginal Art * * * Chern'ee Sutton, contemporary Indigenous artist with family links to the Kalkadoon people from the Mt.Isa area in Queensland, Australia. She started painting when she was 13 years old and she paints mostly on canvas using acrylic and raised acrylic paints. She is very passionate about her families' culture and history and wish to shares this with the rest of the world. #Chern'eeSutton #Kalkadoon #AboriginalArtist
A ROCK PAINTING THAT appears to be of a bird that went extinct about 40,000 years ago has been discovered in northern Australia. If confirmed, this would be the oldest rock art anywhere in the world, pre-dating the famous Chauvet cave in southern France by some 7,000 years
Gobekli Tepe Gobekli Tepe (Turski za "brdo trbušasto") je Arheoloski Localidad neolitičkog svetišta na BrdU u jugoistočnoj Anatoliji, u današnjoj Turskoj, oko 1 5 km al noreste de la ciudad de Sanliurfa (antigua Urfa) y 95 km desde el río Eufrates. Él es mejor conocido como el ejemplo más antiguo conocido de la arquitectura monumental, que data de alrededor de 9600 aC. Kr.-8200a pr. Cr. (Siete mil años antes de la Gran Pirámide de Giza) , que también son los edificiGobekli Tepe stone…
aborigine @ Uluru (Ayres Rock) - the Anangu of central Australia call the iconic sandstone monolith Uluru. They believe it was created by their ancestral beings. Europeans dubbed it Ayers Rock in but the name was changed back to Uluru in