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Yilpinji, Love, Magic and Ceremony - having exhibited this important and unique collection in it’s entirety at the Australian Embassy in Paris, it is lovely to see a selection remaining in pride of place. The Yilpinji works by senior Warlpiri and Kukatja People of the Central and Western Deserts were commissioned on the subject of love, relationship laws, ceremony and certain love magic pertaining to these People. Yilpinji has been curated and produced by the Australian Art Print Network and Dr Christine Nicholls. Rich subject matter which Dr Nicholls explores in depth through her publication ‘Yilpinji, Love, Art & Ceremony’, Craftsman House editions. A few or these works are available through www.artinterface.net and The Australian Art Print Network. Pictured here are works by Eubena Nampitjin, Teddy Morrison Jupurrurla, Paddy Stewart Japaljarri, Bai Bai Napangardi, Abie Janagala, Liddy Nelson Nakamarra and Ronnie Lawson Jakamarra. #australianindigenousart

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Snippets and pipets 😀 my new little favourite tools .Fill them up and squeeze away #australianindigenousart

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IDAIA

image by IDAIA (@idaiaindigenousart) with caption : "#FRIDAYREADS ‘We defy:
By existing;
By determining our identity;
By asserting our histories; our culture; our language;
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‘We defy: By existing; By determining our identity; By asserting our histories; our culture; our language; By telling our stories, our way; By being one of the oldest continuous living cultures in the world.’ - Tina Baum, NGA Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Take a deep dive into the 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial, “Defying Empire”, with the official catalogue accompanying the exhibition! Details: “Defying Empire: 3rd National Indigenous Art Triennial,” National Gallery of Australia, 2017, 160 pages, texts by Tina Baum Image: @nationalgalleryaus #AustralianIndigenousArt

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image by artinterface (@artinterface_aboriginal_art) with caption : "King River Country by Tommy Carroll || 88 x 118cm  Ochre and natural pigments on canvas || Artist Tommy Carroll was born" - 1761339870285790202
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King River Country by Tommy Carroll || 88 x 118cm Ochre and natural pigments on canvas || Artist Tommy Carroll was born on Doon Doon station in the Kimberley around 1955 where he worked as a stockman as a young man. He moved on to other stations and as an assistant to the Outstation at Warmun Community. He started painting in 1999, depicting familiar and sacred landscapes associated with creation stories. His work is bold, almost dark and brooding. His style recognizable with strong use of black charcoal and natural red ochres. Available for acquisition at www.artinterface.net Copyright Tommy Carroll/Copyright Agency 2018 #australianindigenousart

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KarenLee

image by KarenLee (@karen_lee_artist) with caption : "I like to watch or listen to movies or TV especially crime docos while I work 😀what do you like to listen to? #aborigina" - 1760916900244089770
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I like to watch or listen to movies or TV especially crime docos while I work 😀what do you like to listen to? #australianindigenousart

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KarenLee

image by KarenLee (@karen_lee_artist) with caption : "A little Tuesday work while I watch Bachelor in Paradise, Love reality dramarama not ashamed to admit it either 😀
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A little Tuesday work while I watch Bachelor in Paradise, Love reality dramarama not ashamed to admit it either 😀 #australianindigenousart

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Harvey Art Projects

image by Harvey Art Projects (@harveyartprojects) with caption : "INTO THE PINK...with the incredible #nyarapayigiles. This painting wants you to dive right in! Last week of “Warmurrungu" - 1758832984848268510
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INTO THE PINK...with the incredible . This painting wants you to dive right in! Last week of “Warmurrungu” Nyarapayi’s beautiful Solo 💕 email us via link for details . . . . #australianindigenousart painting NYARAPAYI GILES | Warmurrungu, 2016 |122 x 122 cm | acrylic on Belgian linen | POA

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Sarah-Jane Holden

Instagram Image by Sarah-Jane Holden (@tingariarts) with caption : "The three Tjapaltjarri brothers, Warlimpirringa, Walala and Thomas standing in front of their collaborative work 'Tingar" at Alice Springs, Northern Territory - 1758681355196357019
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The three Tjapaltjarri brothers, Warlimpirringa, Walala and Thomas standing in front of their collaborative work 'Tingari'. This is an historical work currently held in Australia. We would like to see it hanging in a public space.

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Playful By Nature

image by Playful By Nature (@playful_by_nature) with caption : "I have just one more set of these gorgeous handcrafted clap sticks. They are a wonderful way to start connecting with yo" - 1757835401877343492
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I have just one more set of these gorgeous handcrafted clap sticks. They are a wonderful way to start connecting with your children through music. They have been made by the amazing Yorta Yorta artist Ross Morgan from @deadly_creations_art. If you would like a set just send me a PM and i can email you an invoice. They are just $33 a pair + $8 postage. Thanks goes to @misszetarose for the beautiful picture. The dress was beautifully crafted by @melyndamade. The fabric is by June Smith. It is called Yalke. #australianindigenousart

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Danielle Leedie Gray

image by Danielle Leedie Gray (@danielle_leedie_gray_artist) with caption : "--- when dog meets Yoga --- #dailyaffirmation #danielleleediegray #connected #awareness #enlightenment #thirdeye #chakra" - 1757741264416350629
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--- when dog meets Yoga --- nindigenousart

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Greer Adams

Instagram Image by Greer Adams (@greeradamsfineart) with caption : "RECENTLY SOLD MASTERWORK BY THE LATE JARINYANU DAVID DOWNS...
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Untitled (Dancing Kurtal), 1988
Natural earth pigments a" at Sydney, Australia - 1757657415238533446
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RECENTLY SOLD MASTERWORK BY THE LATE JARINYANU DAVID DOWNS... . Untitled (Dancing Kurtal), 1988 Natural earth pigments and synthetic polymer paint on linen 137 x 213.5cm . Jila Kurtal is an important rainmaking centre in the eastern region of the Great Sandy Desert of Western Australia. Jarinyanu and his brothers learnt to perform the ceremony to make rain at the jila (permanent waterhole) before they came north to station country. . The ceremony was tightly choreographed, governed by the relationships between all of those who were in attendance. The organisation was arranged around moieties that are represented by two birds, wiyurr and kitirr. The two birds are known as rain-birds who brought the rain from different directions: wiyurr from the northwest and kitirr from the northeast. The contrast in the style of the painting on the bodies of the dancers indicates this division with wiyurr on the left and kitirr on the right. . Along with the reference to the rain-bringing birds on the bodies of the men, Jarinyanu has placed kurtukurtu, the long clouds that come in at the beginning of the wet season, in bands at the top and the base of the work. As well as this, the long object that the men are holding above their heads is also kurtukurtu. The symbolic object punctuates the composition in much the same way as kurtukurtu as cloud, cuts across the wet season sky. . ✏️ (c) Greer Adams, 2018

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Gallery One

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⭐️Opening Night ⭐️Goompi Ugerabah’s ‘Yarga Ya Gwong’ (Wind and Rain) - go to bio for exhibition catalogue in website - works are selling fast - contact (07) 5528 0110 @goompi_ugerabah @galleryone_art @goldcoastpix #australianindigenousart

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Greer Adams

Instagram Image by Greer Adams (@greeradamsfineart) with caption : "Lost in the lines... ❤️
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20th Century Wunda Shield, Western Australia, 89cm (detail)." at GREER ADAMS FINE ART - 1757038839444006075
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Lost in the lines... ❤️ . 20th Century Wunda Shield, Western Australia, 89cm (detail).