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Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra is one of the founding members of the Papunya Tula Artists and his exquisite artworks pay homage and acts as instruments to preserve his culture ancestral traditions. Born in his mother’s country ‘Kalipinya’ [an important Rain Dreaming site] he grew up in the bush west of Pilininyanu until his teenage years when his family settled in Haasts Bluff (Central Australia).

Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra is one of the founding members of the Papunya Tula Artists and his exquisite artworks pay homage and acts as instruments to preserve his culture ancestral traditions. Born in his mother’s country ‘Kalipinya’ [an important Rain Dreaming site] he grew up in the bush west of Pilininyanu until his teenage years when his family settled in Haasts Bluff (Central Australia).

My Story, Gloria Petyarre Exhibition with redrock gallery

My Story, Gloria Petyarre Exhibition with redrock gallery

Gloria Petyarre WILD GRASS / BUSH MEDICINE DREAMING  2002

Gloria Petyarre WILD GRASS / BUSH MEDICINE DREAMING 2002

Artist: Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra  Titled: Emu Dreaming / 2006 RRG1808 / Acrylic on Linen 92x154cm

Artist: Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra Titled: Emu Dreaming / 2006 RRG1808 / Acrylic on Linen 92x154cm

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Australian Aboriginal Artist: Mary Dixon Nungurrayi "Body Paint Women’s Ceremony  121x40cm 2004 Women have important religious status as well as men and they own tracts of land through their own Dreamings and operate parallel but interconnected religious lives with the men.

Australian Aboriginal Artist: Mary Dixon Nungurrayi "Body Paint Women’s Ceremony 121x40cm 2004 Women have important religious status as well as men and they own tracts of land through their own Dreamings and operate parallel but interconnected religious lives with the men.


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Artist: Long Jack Tjakamarra  RRG67705  Title: Water Dreaming  Acrylic on linen/  98x158cm 2006   Water is the essence of not only the physical life but also the spiritual.  Water Dreamings tells a story of great storms as it brings on the lightning, thunderclouds, rain and sometimes hail, sending its deluge to rejuvenate the earth, filling rockholes, claypans and creeks.  It has the power to create new life and growth upon the land which is vital for survival in the desert.

Artist: Long Jack Tjakamarra RRG67705 Title: Water Dreaming Acrylic on linen/ 98x158cm 2006 Water is the essence of not only the physical life but also the spiritual. Water Dreamings tells a story of great storms as it brings on the lightning, thunderclouds, rain and sometimes hail, sending its deluge to rejuvenate the earth, filling rockholes, claypans and creeks. It has the power to create new life and growth upon the land which is vital for survival in the desert.

www.redrockgallery.net

www.redrockgallery.net

Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra is one of the founding members of the Papunya Tula Artists and his exquisite artworks pay homage and acts as instruments to preserve his culture ancestral traditions. Born in his mother’s country ‘Kalipinya’ [an important Rain Dreaming site] he grew up in the bush west of Pilininyanu until his teenage years when his family settled in Haasts Bluff (Central Australia).

Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra is one of the founding members of the Papunya Tula Artists and his exquisite artworks pay homage and acts as instruments to preserve his culture ancestral traditions. Born in his mother’s country ‘Kalipinya’ [an important Rain Dreaming site] he grew up in the bush west of Pilininyanu until his teenage years when his family settled in Haasts Bluff (Central Australia).

Learn More About Aboriginal Art & Culture by visiting www.redrockgallery.net . Artist:  Long Jack Tjakamarra  Titled: "Water Dreaming"  code: RRG14901 Acrylic on Linen/ 61x150cm/ 2007 1. All information and imagery within this document is copyright of redrock gallery and the Artist and may not be reproduced in any form without written consent from Gallery and/or Artist

Learn More About Aboriginal Art & Culture by visiting www.redrockgallery.net . Artist: Long Jack Tjakamarra Titled: "Water Dreaming" code: RRG14901 Acrylic on Linen/ 61x150cm/ 2007 1. All information and imagery within this document is copyright of redrock gallery and the Artist and may not be reproduced in any form without written consent from Gallery and/or Artist

Artist: Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra  Titled: Emu Dreaming / 2006 RRG1808 / Acrylic on Linen 92x154cm

Artist: Long Jack Phillipus Tjakamarra Titled: Emu Dreaming / 2006 RRG1808 / Acrylic on Linen 92x154cm

Artist :  Long Jack Tjakamarra  Title : Waterhole Dreaming   Acrylic on linen/ 2 x 120x60cm/2006

Artist : Long Jack Tjakamarra Title : Waterhole Dreaming Acrylic on linen/ 2 x 120x60cm/2006

Aboriginal Art and culture have attracted worldwide attention...

Aboriginal Art and culture have attracted worldwide attention...

Dreamtime Sisters by Colleen Wallace Nungari. The painting depicts the ancestral spirit figures Irrernte-arenye (Dreamtime sisters) of the Eastern Arrernte Aboriginal people in Central Australia. -- click image for more information

Dreamtime Sisters by Colleen Wallace Nungari. The painting depicts the ancestral spirit figures Irrernte-arenye (Dreamtime sisters) of the Eastern Arrernte Aboriginal people in Central Australia. -- click image for more information

Aboriginal Art and culture have attracted worldwide attention...

Aboriginal Art and culture have attracted worldwide attention...

Aboriginal art and culture have attracted worldwide attention with its ancient iconography and universal philosophy. The Dreamtime Stories depicted in their art reveal 40,000 years of history and demonstrate respect and love for their inherent culture and land.   more http://www.mercataworld.com/aboriginal_art.html

Aboriginal art and culture have attracted worldwide attention with its ancient iconography and universal philosophy. The Dreamtime Stories depicted in their art reveal 40,000 years of history and demonstrate respect and love for their inherent culture and land. more http://www.mercataworld.com/aboriginal_art.html

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