Australian Aboriginal Art
Amazing authentic Australian Aboriginal Art by 100 of the leading Indigenous artists that we showcase at Artlandish Gallery in Kununurra Western Australia and…
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Artlandish Aboriginal Art Gallery
Naomi Pula Price / Bush Medicine Ceremony (1A)
This Painting is Absolutely Gorgeous! Welcome Naomi Pula Price with her Magnificent “Bush Medicine Ceremony” 💙❤️💛💚 Naomi has cleverly combined a topographical view of her country along with the ceremonial stories related to bush medicine. Stories involving bush medicine depict the country surrounding the areas where the dreaming takes place, or where the ceremony is performed. conditions.
Gorgeous in both red and blue, Tarisse King’s “My Country”
Please read about this incredible young lady, taking the world by storm with her enormous fortitude, talent, passion for her people and determination to carry on her ancestral history through her breath-taking Aboriginal art.
Khatija Possum’s “Women’s Dreaming”
Khatija Possum was born in Alice Springs in 1989. She is the granddaughter of Clifford Possum Tjapaltjairri, AO (c. 1937 – 2002), Australia’s most celebrated Aboriginal artist. The Women’s Dreaming paintings by Khatija depicts Women’s ceremonial sites surrounding Tjukurla in the western desert of Central Australia – traditional homelands to the artist’s great grandmother.
Justinna Napaljarri Sims “Star Dreaming”
The Story Behind Justinna’s Painting The Napaljarri-Warnu Jukurrpa (Seven Sisters Dreaming) depicts the story of the seven ancestral Napaljarri sisters who are found in the night sky today in the cluster of seven stars in the constellation Taurus, more commonly known as the Pleiades.
Emily Pwerle, “Awelye Atnwengerrp” (Body Paint)
Emily paints “Awelye Atnwengerrp”, meaning women’s ceremony / body paint in her country. “Awelye-Atnwengerrp” is depicted by a series of lines and symbols, often criss-crossed patterns that are layered across the canvas with colours that are explosive, colourful and energetic. The patterns represent the designs painted on women’s bodies during bush tucker ceremonies in Atnwengerrp.
Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi / Grandmother's Country and Seven...
This Superlative Combination of Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi’s Two Signature Dreamings Would Grace Any Home with Breathtaking Presence. "Grandmother’s Country and Seven Sisters Dreaming"
Anna Price Petyarre “My Country Springtime Series”
Anna Price Petyarre’s “My Country Springtime Series” 💐🙌🌹 In this new series, exclusive to Artlandish, Anna has painted her famous “My Country”, depicting her homeland of Atneltyeye in the Utopia region of Central Australia, Northern Territory in the Springtime.
Freda Price Petyarre / Country (5A)
Freda Price Petyarre is a young woman who is making her mark on the art world. Born in 1984 in Utopia, NT, she comes from one of the most famous painting families in Australia. Her mother is prominent senior Utopian artist Anna Price Petyarre. No wonder this young lady is so talented with her mother being her mentor and teacher.
Sarrita King / Ancestors (10C)
Ancestors are understood by all mankind and hold significant importance to everyone. This ‘Ancestors’ painting, is layered with dots. Markings made on the land over thousands of years can be seen entangled with patterns covering the land today, such as sandhills, flora and paths made by humans and animals. Beneath the land is the waterways which have been virtually constant over time feeding the land, the flora, fauna and humans.
Finest Aboriginal Art Online by Leading Indigenous Artists
Included in this collage are from left to right Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi’s “Grandmother’s Country”, Freda Price Petyarre’s “Country”, Deborah Napaljarri Wayne’s “Mt Doreen Dreaming” and Sarrita King’s Waterholes” 🙌