Aboriginal Art

Australian Indigenous art is the oldest ongoing tradition of art in the world. Initial forms of artistic Aboriginal expression were rock carvings, body painting and ground designs, which date back 1,000's of years.

Aboriginal Culture

The quality and variety of Australian Indigenous art produced today reflects the richness and diversity of Indigenous culture and the distinct differences between tribes, languages, dialects and geographic landscapes. Art has always been an important part of Aboriginal life, connecting past and present, the people and the land, and the supernatural and reality.


For all peoples, culture is fundamental to art, being evident not only in the artworks produced by a culture, but also in the way people interact with those artworks and the process by which those artworks are produced.

Artists

The story of the way these art forms are produced runs parallel to the history and experiences of the artists themselves. It reflects customary trading patterns, a struggle for survival and the influence of governments and churches.


There are also many galleries and exhibitions of Indigenous art on the Internet

While the 'human' aspect of Art is fundamental, the approach used by many Artists adopt Western paradigms.

Within an Aboriginal culture, a context generally unfamiliar to Western peoples, the need for improvisation in the artistic method is unavoidable.


Art in an Aboriginal Context

Artwork title
Link to detailed photo's
Artwork title
Link to detailed photo's
Artwork title
Link to detailed photo's
Artwork title
Link to detailed photo's
Artwork title
Link to detailed photo's
Artwork title
Link to detailed photo's
Artwork title
Link to detailed photo's
Artwork title
Link to detailed photo's
Get a short message by email when new work goes online:


Privacy policy
: Email addresses are never sold or given out to anybody. This is an announcements-only list with very low volume. Unsubscribe instructions are listed at the bottom of every email.

Games
& Virtual Tours

'Wolly Match' Memory Game
Click image to play game
Roo Shoot
Click image to play game
Virtual tour on top of Uluru
Like a virtual 'walkabout'.
Getting Videos Ranked #1
Click image to download (3MB)
Based on my PhD Research
Click image to download
What NOT to do
Click image to download

Talk to Us

Send an email or call us if you would like to get to know us before purchasing artwork.

Or maybe you just want to have a yarn?

You can send a message using the contact form below.


Your Name *
Your E-mail *
Phone
Message *







Virtual Meetings

Video conference meetings through Skype are also available. Please send an email and we will make a time to talk with you.


Reece George

Postal Address: Suite 2, 29 Parkes St., Woodstock NSW, Australia 2793.
Phone: 02 6345 0016, E-mail: