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Sew Splendorous

Custom order Kiriena saddle bag in indigenous Australian designer fabric and dark brown faux leather. Thank you!❤❤ #australianindigenousart

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Jennifer Guerrini-Maraldi

Instagram Image by Jennifer Guerrini-Maraldi (@jgm_gallery) with caption : "Dolly Jukuja Snell
‘Kurtal’ (living water) 2016
120 x 90, acrylic on canvas
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#DollySnell #jgmgallery #jgmart #conte" at JGM Gallery - 1787655092107944392
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Dolly Jukuja Snell ‘Kurtal’ (living water) 2016 120 x 90, acrylic on canvas . . . #australianindigenousart

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D'LAN DAVIDSON, Art Specialist

Instagram Image by D'LAN DAVIDSON, Art Specialist (@dlandavidson) with caption : "Look closely at this intricately carved boomerang and you'll see a pair of boxers in the act of fighting.  There is a po" at William Mora Galleries - 1787344435252909814

Look closely at this intricately carved boomerang and you'll see a pair of boxers in the act of fighting. There is a possibility that the image was taken from newspaper reports of the famous fight between the African American Jack Johnson and Tommy Burns, the Great White Hope, at Rushcutters Bay Stadium on Boxing Day in 1908 when, against heavy odds, Johnson became the first black heavyweight champion of the world, an event that would have resonated throughout the Aboriginal community. If this were to be the case, then this superb transitional boomerang could be safely dated to about 1910. Part of my SIGNIFICANT: Annual Catalogue 2018 exhibition opening at William Mora Galleries on 31 May. Visit my BIO link to see the full catalogue. #australianindigenousart @williammora8

Instagram Image by IDAIA (@idaiaindigenousart) with caption : "IDAIA director @solenneducoslamotte in action at our #sydneyaccueil French-speaking guided tour of the Indigenous works " at Art Gallery of New South Wales - 1787003159366302294

IDAIA director @solenneducoslamotte in action at our French-speaking guided tour of the Indigenous works currently on display at @artgalleryofnsw as well as the incredible display for @biennalesydney Solenne stands in front of a beautiful Ilma by Roy Wiggan (1994). . . #australianindigenousart

Instagram Image by IDAIA (@idaiaindigenousart) with caption : "We love this work Ganyu (Stars) by Gulumbu Yunupingu (2009, natural pigments on bark) which was one of the many we visit" at Art Gallery of New South Wales - 1787002392404185985

We love this work Ganyu (Stars) by Gulumbu Yunupingu (2009, natural pigments on bark) which was one of the many we visited as part of our French-speaking guided tour of the Indigenous works at @artgalleryofnsw . . #australianindigenousart

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Australian Indigenous Fashion

image by Australian Indigenous Fashion (@ausindigenousfashion) with caption : "The bush plum through all its stages of ripening, captured by Gladys Kemarre. 📷@delmoregallery #ausindigenousfashion #in" - 1787000509958714633
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The bush plum through all its stages of ripening, captured by Gladys Kemarre. 📷@delmoregallery #australianindigenousart

Instagram Image by IDAIA (@idaiaindigenousart) with caption : "Here’s our lovely group of art lovers who came on our #sydneyaccueil French-speaking guided tour of the Indigenous works" at Art Gallery of New South Wales - 1787000439502689609

Here’s our lovely group of art lovers who came on our French-speaking guided tour of the Indigenous works currently on display at @artgalleryofnsw as well as the incredible display for the @biennalesydney The group stands in front of two beautiful Ilmas by Roy Wiggan (1994). . . #australianindigenousart

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D'LAN DAVIDSON, Art Specialist

Instagram Image by D'LAN DAVIDSON, Art Specialist (@dlandavidson) with caption : "Identifying and correlating the design of Indigenous artefacts to geographical areas, or better yet, to the individuals " at William Mora Galleries - 1786600408371043949

Identifying and correlating the design of Indigenous artefacts to geographical areas, or better yet, to the individuals that made them, can be difficult as items were often traded between clan groups and, in many instances, were collected great distances from where they were originally carved. Such exchange was particularly evident along the Murray Darling River Basin where items found themselves dispersed right around South Australia and beyond. These 3 fine womera were all produced in South East Australia in the 19th century and are part of my SIGNIFICANT: Annual Catalogue 2018 exhibition opening at William Mora Galleries on 31 May. Visit my BIO link to see the full catalogue. #australianindigenousart @williammora8

image by artinterface (@artinterface_aboriginal_art) with caption : "Warmth and welcome from Erub Island on a wintery day here in Melbourne | REEF LEI _ NORR KAUCO by Racy Oui-Pitt |  Ghost" - 1785952770178612263
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Warmth and welcome from Erub Island on a wintery day here in Melbourne | REEF LEI _ NORR KAUCO by Racy Oui-Pitt | Ghost nets, twine, cast resin and found shells 70 x 60 x 10cm | Available at www.artinterface.net | Story : As people are greeted or come together as a family for celebration, Kauco, or Leis made from frangipani flowers are put over peoples heads. This act welcomes and brings people together, the person receiving the Kauco feels welcome and part of the family group. It re-establishes connections or creates new ones. The Kauco is then admired and talked about. The Norr (reef) is very important to us as a family, we gather on the reef, fish, picnic and play. In bipotime (before time) we depended on the reef for our daily food, collecting small fish and shell fish from the traps and shells from around the rocks, coral and sandy areas. By making Norr Kauco, we are demonstrating it's importance as part of our family. Copyright for the text and image remains the artist and Erub Arts, reproduced with kind permission. #australianindigenousart

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D'LAN DAVIDSON, Art Specialist

Instagram Image by D'LAN DAVIDSON, Art Specialist (@dlandavidson) with caption : "The designs on this rare broad shield were likely carved by possum tooth - distinctive to the South East Australian regi" at William Mora Galleries - 1785939710884231147

The designs on this rare broad shield were likely carved by possum tooth - distinctive to the South East Australian region where it was made during the first part of the 19th century. These intricate designs instil purpose into the shield outside of its function as a tool of combat - as they relate to the identity of the shield's original owner. The interweaving waves produce a shimmering effect - at every angle the light refracts to portray a new perspective. This was the desired effect as these shields were not only used the deflect spears but also to 'dazzle' opposing clans. This important artefact is part of my SIGNIFICANT: Annual Catalogue 2018 exhibition opening at William Mora Galleries on 31 May. Visit my BIO link to see the full catalogue. #australianindigenousart @williammora8