January 22nd, 2013...Aboriginal handprint art project with Cyrus...his on the left, mine on the right :)

January 22nd, 2013...Aboriginal handprint art project with Cyrus...his on the left, mine on the right :)

Long-stemmed cotton swabs to create aboriginal x-ray paintings on black silhouette paper

Long-stemmed cotton swabs to create aboriginal x-ray paintings on black silhouette paper

Aboriginal Hand Dot Paintings. "We took a virtual tour to Australia, learned a bit about the Aboriginal people and their art work and then used that as inspiration to create our own hand paintings using warm colors and lots of dots."

Aboriginal Hand Dot Paintings. "We took a virtual tour to Australia, learned a bit about the Aboriginal people and their art work and then used that as inspiration to create our own hand paintings using warm colors and lots of dots."

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Inspiration: Aboriginal Australian Art

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Easy Art Craft Activities | Primary School Activities | Easter activities for children/students | Teacher Art Craft Lesson Plans | Australian School Teacher Education Resources

Easy Art Craft Activities | Primary School Activities | Easter activities for children/students | Teacher Art Craft Lesson Plans | Australian School Teacher Education Resources

An Australian ABC of Animals is a lavishly illustrated alphabet book by well-known Aboriginal artist Bronwyn Bancroft. The book is both a delightful introduction to the alphabet, and a unique exploration of Australian wildlife - some familiar, others more unusual - as seen through the eyes of an indigenous artist.

An Australian ABC of Animals is a lavishly illustrated alphabet book by well-known Aboriginal artist Bronwyn Bancroft. The book is both a delightful introduction to the alphabet, and a unique exploration of Australian wildlife - some familiar, others more unusual - as seen through the eyes of an indigenous artist.


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Indigenous Family History: Are you tracing your family history and don't know where to start? Use this guide to find key family history resources, some of which are specific to Aboriginal Australians. [ image: Aboriginal carved tree from the Dubbo district / Henry King Photo, Sydney (191?) ] http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/album/albumView.aspx?acmsID=891570=899496

Indigenous Family History: Are you tracing your family history and don't know where to start? Use this guide to find key family history resources, some of which are specific to Aboriginal Australians. [ image: Aboriginal carved tree from the Dubbo district / Henry King Photo, Sydney (191?) ] http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/album/albumView.aspx?acmsID=891570=899496

Kunmanara Tingima  Inma 2009  synthetic polymer paint on canvas  138.0 x 99.0 cm

Kunmanara Tingima Inma 2009 synthetic polymer paint on canvas 138.0 x 99.0 cm

Artsonia Art Museum :: Artwork by Holden222 "Egg Carton Color Schemes"

Artsonia Art Museum :: Artwork by Holden222 "Egg Carton Color Schemes"

Mignonette Jamin - 'Galamnung', 2010 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 308610 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Galamnung', 2010 - 60 x 60 cm - Natural ochre and pigments on canvas - Ref. 308610 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Byanimby, Goormbidja & Bulyunga', 2008 - 100 x 140 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 151208 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art© The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Byanimby, Goormbidja & Bulyunga', 2008 - 100 x 140 cm - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 151208 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art© The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Nourlangie Rock, Kakadu National Park.  he mythology of Australian aborigines tells a tale of a sacred time of creation, a period where the Totemic Spirit Beings that were the ancestors developed The Creation. This sacred time is called The Dreaming, Altjeringa, or the Dreamtime. The term "Dreamtime" often refers to "the time before time," while "The Dreaming" refers to a single individual's spirituality or set of personal beliefs.

Nourlangie Rock, Kakadu National Park. he mythology of Australian aborigines tells a tale of a sacred time of creation, a period where the Totemic Spirit Beings that were the ancestors developed The Creation. This sacred time is called The Dreaming, Altjeringa, or the Dreamtime. The term "Dreamtime" often refers to "the time before time," while "The Dreaming" refers to a single individual's spirituality or set of personal beliefs.

Mignonette Jamin - 'Ngoongbaliny', 2009 - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 178409 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Mignonette Jamin - 'Ngoongbaliny', 2009 - Natural ochre and pigment on canvas - Ref. 178409 - IDAIA - International Development of Australian Indigenous Art © The Artists - Photos Courtesy of Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, “Tingari Ceremonies at the Site of Pintjun,” 1989.  Acrylic on canvas

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, “Tingari Ceremonies at the Site of Pintjun,” 1989. Acrylic on canvas

Indigenous art takes on the world.

Indigenous art takes on the world.

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