Australian Aboriginal Art Absolutely stunning in it's rich colours and design.

Aboriginal art dot painting in lines and circles using a variety of warm colors

Aboriginal Art Galleries - Fabrianne Peterson - Artwork-Detail

Aboriginal Art Galleries - Fabrianne Peterson - although totally organic, this reminds me of of tiny roman mosaic floors

Dreamtime Sisters by Colleen Wallace Nungari depicts the ancestral spirit figures Irrernte-arenye (Dreamtime sisters) of the Eastern Arrernte Aboriginal people in Central Australia

Pillow patterns - Dreamtime Sisters by Colleen Wallace Nungari depicts the ancestral spirit figures Irrernte-arenye (Dreamtime sisters) of the Eastern Arrernte, Aboriginal people in Central Australia

The Happy Goana Mama. Australian Aboriginal Painting, painted by Ousha Jenamoia in 2011

The Happy Goana Mama - Australian Aboriginal Painting, painted by Ousha Jenamoia in 2011

Aboriginal Art Galleries - Thomas Tjapaltjarri - Artwork-Detail

Aboriginal Art Galleries - Thomas Tjapaltjarri - Artwork-Detail: The use of lines reminds me of finger prints or a map. The long lines draw the viewer's eye through the piece, while the blocks of lines create focal points.

Rini Tiger ~ Ngintaka Tjukurpa (Perentie Man Creation Story), 2013. Gorgeous colours and patterns. Love it.

Rini Tiger Ngintaka Tjukurpa (Perentie Man Creation Story), 2013 Acrylic on…


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Aboriginal art dot painting in lines and circles using a variety of warm colors

aboriginal art | Aboriginal Art Gecko" Painting art prints and posters by Petra Koob ...

"Aboriginal Art Gecko" Painting by Petra Koob posters, art prints, canvas prints, greeting cards or gallery prints. Find more Painting art prints and posters in the ARTFLAKES shop.

aboriginal art symbols - compare with symbols from different aboriginal groups in BC

A chart of Aboriginal peoples mapping symbols to incorporate Aboriginal culture and customs into the unit.

Aboriginal Art Paintings  The indigenous languages of mainland Australia and Tasmania have not been shown to be related to any languages outside Australia. In the late 18th century, there were anywhere between 350 and 750 distinct groupings and a similar number of languages and dialects.

Aboriginal Art Painting / The indigenous languages of mainland Australia and Tasmania are apparently unrelated to any languages outside Australia. In the late there were hundreds of distinct groupings, languages and dialects.

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