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Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. Aboriginal Painting, Australian Art, Painters, Art For Kids, Youth, Turkey, Community, Artist, Style
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Paddy Jaminji (Jampin) Aboriginal Art

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint.

Aboriginal Art Paddy Jaminji (Jampin) Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. Aboriginal Painting, Australian Art, Painters, Art For Kids, Youth, Turkey, Symbols, Community, Artist
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Aboriginal Art Paddy Jaminji (Jampin)

Aboriginal Art Paddy Jaminji (Jampin) Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint.

Aboriginal art by Paddy Jaminji depicting a Boab tree jail. Paddy Jaminji paintings were completely different from aboriginal art of Central Australia or Wandjina art. The remote Kimberley is a different culture and language group and the paintings from this area reflect this. Aboriginal Art Australian, Australian Art, Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal Culture, Desert Art, Dot Art Painting, Painted Boards, Mythical Creatures
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Aboriginal art by Paddy Jaminji depicting a Boab tree jail.

Aboriginal art by Paddy Jaminji depicting a Boab tree jail. Paddy Jaminji paintings were completely different from aboriginal art of Central Australia or Wandjina art. The remote Kimberley is a different culture and language group and the paintings from this area reflect this.

Indigenous Australian Art by Paddy Jaminji Paddy was born around 1912 and was a Kija speaker. He spent his youth living a traditional nomadic lifestyle and in his teens became a stockman. Paddy spent most of his life in and around his home country near Bedford Downs. He worked for many years at Lissadell station. Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Indigenous Australian Art, Artist Materials, Dot Art Painting, Painted Boards, Mixed Media Artists, Types Of Art, Mythical Creatures
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Indigenous Australian Art by Paddy Jaminji

Indigenous Australian Art by Paddy Jaminji Paddy was born around 1912 and was a Kija speaker. He spent his youth living a traditional nomadic lifestyle and in his teens became a stockman. Paddy spent most of his life in and around his home country near Bedford Downs. He worked for many years at Lissadell station.

Paddy Jaminji Early Life Paddy was born around 1912 and was a Kija speaker. He spent his youth living a traditional nomadic lifestyle and in his teens became a stockman. Paddy spent most of his life in and around his home country near Bedford Downs. He worked for many years at Lissadell station.

Paddy Jaminji Aboriginal Art

Paddy Jaminji Early Life Paddy was born around 1912 and was a Kija speaker. He spent his youth living a traditional nomadic lifestyle and in his teens became a stockman. Paddy spent most of his life in and around his home country near Bedford Downs. He worked for many years at Lissadell station.

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Spiritual Power, Dot Art Painting, Painted Boards, Australian Art, Mythical Creatures, Art Market, Painters
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Paddy Jaminj Aboriginal art

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint.

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Spiritual Power, Dot Art Painting, Australian Art, Indigenous Art, Art Market, Art For Kids, Sculpture
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Aboriginal artist Paddy Jaminji

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint.

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas.  He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman.  In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal Culture, Dot Art Painting, Painted Boards, Australian Art, Mythical Creatures, Art Market, Painters
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Aboriginal art by Paddy Jaminji

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint.

Paddy was born around 1912 and was a Kija speaker. He spent his youth living a traditional nomadic lifestyle and in his teens became a stockman. Paddy spent most of his life in and around his home country near Bedford Downs. He worked for many years at Lissadell station. #aboriginal painting #australian art #australian painting #australian artist #art #painting Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Australian Painting, Australian Art, Spiritual Power, Dot Art Painting, Painted Boards, Mythical Creatures, Art Market
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Aboriginal art by Paddy Jaminj

Paddy was born around 1912 and was a Kija speaker. He spent his youth living a traditional nomadic lifestyle and in his teens became a stockman. Paddy spent most of his life in and around his home country near Bedford Downs. He worked for many years at Lissadell station. #aboriginal painting #australian art #australian painting #australian artist #art #painting

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Paddy Jaminji Aboriginal Art

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. #aboriginal art #australia #australian art #aboriginal painting #western desert art #papunya #aboriginal #painting #dot painting #pink #kimberleys #western…

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their Aboriginal painting is by Paddy Jaminji and gives a brief history o fthis artist Aboriginal Art Australian, Australian Art, Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal Culture, Desert Art, Dot Art Painting, Painted Boards, Mythical Creatures
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Paddy Jaminji painting of the Boab tree jail Aboriginal Art

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. #aboriginal art #australia #australian art #aboriginal painting #western desert art #papunya #aboriginal #painting #dot painting #pink #kimberleys #western Australia

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their Aboriginal painting is by Paddy Jaminji and gives a brief history o fthis artist Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Desert Art, Dot Art Painting, Australian Art, Ocean Art, Western Australia, Art Market, Contemporary Artists
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Paddy Jaminji Aboriginal Art

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. #aboriginal art #australia #australian art #aboriginal painting #western desert art #papunya #aboriginal #painting #dot painting #pink #kimberleys #western…

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their Aboriginal painting is by Paddy Jaminji and gives a brief history o fthis artist Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Desert Art, Dot Art Painting, Painted Boards, Australian Art, Western Australia, Mythical Creatures, Art Market
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Paddy Jamindji Aboriginal painting

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. #aboriginal art #australia #australian art #aboriginal painting #western desert art #papunya #aboriginal #painting #dot painting #pink #kimberleys #western…

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their Aboriginal painting is by Paddy Jaminji and gives a brief history o fthis artist

Aboriginal Art by Paddy Jaminji

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. #aboriginal art #australia #australian art #aboriginal painting #western desert art #papunya #aboriginal #painting #dot painting #ochre #kimberleys #western…

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their Aboriginal painting is by Paddy Jaminji and gives a brief history o fthis artist Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Desert Art, Spiritual Power, Dot Art Painting, Painted Boards, Australian Art, Western Australia, Mythical Creatures
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Paddy Djamindji Aboriginal painting

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. #aboriginal art #australia #australian art #aboriginal painting #western desert art #papunya #aboriginal #painting #dot painting #pink #kimberleys #western…

The aim of this article is to assist readers in identifying if their Aboriginal painting is by Paddy Jaminji and gives a brief history o fthis artist Aboriginal Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Sri Lanka, Desert Art, Dot Art Painting, Australian Art, Mythical Creatures, Art Market, Art For Kids
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Paddy Jamintji Aboriginal painting

Paddy Jaminji was the first painters to paint in what is now recognized as the East Kimberley style. He is often overshadowed as an artist by his more famous nephew Rover Thomas. He spent most of his youth on stations as a stockman. In the 1970’s he was a respected elder of the Warmun community at Turkey Creek and began to paint. #aboriginal art #australia #australian art #aboriginal painting #western desert art #papunya #aboriginal #painting #dot painting #pink #kimberleys #western…