Australian artist Lin Onus (1948-1996) was the son of a Scottish mother and Aboriginal father. Much of his work focused on the reconciliation of the two cultures he embodied. Clearly he was also a fan of humor. Here, in his painting entitled Michael and I Are Just Slipping Down to the Pub for a Moment, the Dingo, Onuss symbol, rides the back of the Stingray, the symbol of fellow artist and collaborator Michael Eather.

Australian artist Lin Onus (1948-1996) was the son of a Scottish mother and Aboriginal father. Much of his work focused on the reconciliation of the two cultures he embodied. Clearly he was also a fan of humor. Here, in his painting entitled Michael and I Are Just Slipping Down to the Pub for a Moment, the Dingo, Onuss symbol, rides the back of the Stingray, the symbol of fellow artist and collaborator Michael Eather.

Lin Onus 5

Lin Onus 5

Lin Onus (1948-1996) - Garkman Na Minguli, 1995

Lin Onus (1948-1996) - Garkman Na Minguli, 1995

Lin Onus One Afternoon in Yokohama c1992

Lin Onus One Afternoon in Yokohama c1992

Lin Onus Barmah Forest

Lin Onus Barmah Forest

Nampiri Djutijutu Benarra (Air Brush Gum Trees) by Lin Onus

Nampiri Djutijutu Benarra (Air Brush Gum Trees) by Lin Onus

Lin Onus KIUP BULLA GOOKOOP (THREE FROGS)

Lin Onus KIUP BULLA GOOKOOP (THREE FROGS)


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Lin Onus (1948-1996) - Garkman Na Minguli, 1995

Lin Onus (1948-1996) - Garkman Na Minguli, 1995

Australian artist Lin Onus (1948-1996) was the son of a Scottish mother and Aboriginal father. Much of his work focused on the reconciliation of the two cultures he embodied. Clearly he was also a fan of humor. Here, in his painting entitled Michael and I Are Just Slipping Down to the Pub for a Moment, the Dingo, Onuss symbol, rides the back of the Stingray, the symbol of fellow artist and collaborator Michael Eather.

Australian artist Lin Onus (1948-1996) was the son of a Scottish mother and Aboriginal father. Much of his work focused on the reconciliation of the two cultures he embodied. Clearly he was also a fan of humor. Here, in his painting entitled Michael and I Are Just Slipping Down to the Pub for a Moment, the Dingo, Onuss symbol, rides the back of the Stingray, the symbol of fellow artist and collaborator Michael Eather.

Lin Onus 5

Lin Onus 5

Australian painter / sculptor, Lin Onus (1948-1996), whose birth straddled Scottish & Australian aboriginal heritage, instilling in his work a unique crossover of style & symbolism. Images from varous sources. | Decanted

Australian painter / sculptor, Lin Onus (1948-1996), whose birth straddled Scottish & Australian aboriginal heritage, instilling in his work a unique crossover of style & symbolism. Images from varous sources. | Decanted

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