Jack Dale -Wandjinas from Albert Point 2007

Jack Dale, Wandjinas from Albert Point - This is a 'modern' Aboriginal painting, quite separate from traditional tribal "dot paintings". Colours of black, brown, red and ochre are common.

Jack Dale ~ Wundugi Boss Wandjina Wunguwu Iondira, 2007 - Australia

Wundugi Boss Wandjina Wunguwu Iondira by Jack Dale Mengenen (medium: synthetic polymer paint on belgian linen x 128 cm

wandjina (aborigean art. Australia)  Although the paintings represent the bodies of the dead Wandjinas, the spirits of the Wandjinas live on in much the same way as the Aborigines believe the spirits of human beings continue to exist after their death.

Australia) Although the paintings represent the bodies of the dead Wandjinas, the spirits of the Wandjinas live on in much the same way as the Aborigines believe the spirits of human beings continue to exist after their death.

Jack and Biddy Dale ~ Wandjina, 2004. Even though this is a painting, it could easily be a doll...the ritual dot-making very meditative-Pamela

Jack Dale Australian Aboriginal Artist featured in Top 200 Australian Aboriginal Artists presented by the Aboriginal Art Directory Gallery

Roslyn Karadada Aboriginal Art Roslyn is as comfortable with acrylic medium as…

Lily Karedada (Karadada) | Wandjina

Online aboriginal art exhibitions at Japingka Gallery, Fremantle. Aboriginal art works from all regions, priced from affordable to collectible status.

Lily Karadada  Wandjina  2002

Wandjina, Lily Karadada, natural earth pigments on linen

Narritjin Maymuru (circa 1916-1981)  Untitled [Possum and Night Bird (Marngu and Guwarg)]   bears artist's name on the reverse  natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark   99 x 38cm

Narritjin Maymuru (circa Untitled [Possum and Night Bird (Marngu and Guwarg)] bears artist's name on the reverse natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark 99 x

An Early Rainforest Shield, North East Queensland   bears catalogue number 'NEQLD62' on the reverse  natural earth pigments and carved wood  Length: 86.5cm

An Early Rainforest Shield, North East Queensland bears catalogue number on the reverse natural earth pigments and carved wood Length:

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