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Coorong Dreaming, by Yvonne Koolmatrie, hand woven using traditional methods of weaving sedge rushes. Indigenous Art, Art And Technology, Colorful Paintings, Aboriginal Art, Weaving Techniques, Textile Artists, Art Object, Asian Art, Basket Weaving
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Detail Yvonne Koolmatrie and Chris Koolmatrie Duck trap Fibre And Fabric, Woven Fabric, Weaving Art, Aboriginal Art, Sculpture Art, Fiber Art, Weave, Knot, Cord
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Duck trap - What’s Going On! - Culture Victoria

Yvonne KoolmatrieNgarrindjeri Born 1944, Widinna, South Australia Resides Berri, South Australia Chr…

Yvonne Koolmatrie installation Tarnanthi 2015 Year 2, Installation Art, Sculpture Art, Fiber, Wall Lights, Weaving, Designers, Basket, Textiles
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Yvonne Koolmatrie installation Tarnanthi 2015

Yvonne Koolmatrie tarnanthi, art gallery of SA photo by Tina Fox. Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Aboriginal Art, Installation Art, Art Gallery, Fox, Crochet, Ideas, Art Museum
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Yvonne Koolmatrie tarnanthi, art gallery of SA photo by Tina Fox.

The Ngarrindjeri woman from South Australia has played a pivotal role in the revival of a near-lost art, infusing Dreaming narratives into distinctive work Terra Australis, Arts Award, Australian Art, Indigenous Art, Weaving Art, Lost Art, South Australia, Award Winner, The Guardian

Indigenous weaver Yvonne Koolmatrie wins $50,000 Red Ochre art prize

The Ngarrindjeri woman from South Australia has played a pivotal role in the revival of a near-lost art, infusing Dreaming narratives into distinctive work

Airplane, woven sedge grass, coiled and bundled Yvonne Koolmatrie, Ngarrindjeri people, South Australia.

Yvonne KOOLMATRIE, Bi-plane

A superb example of a traditional Lombok fish trap made of bamboo and rattan. This would have taken days to weave. Amazing craftsmanship, the internal opening allow small bait fish to pass. Now rare. Bamboo Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Basket Weaving, Woven Baskets, Polynesian Islands, Fibre And Fabric, Rattan, Wicker

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Yvonne Koolmatrie, River Dreaming 2012 Sedge grass, river rushes from the Murray River area 160 x 160 cm Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Murray River, Weaving, Sculpture, Texture, Grass, Artists, Explore
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River Bunyip by Australian Aboriginal artist Yvonne Koolmatrie, 2003 Aboriginal Artists, Indigenous Art, Weaving Art, Basket Weaving, Twine, Fiber Art, Cool Photos, Mosaic, River
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River Bunyip: Yvonne Koolmatrie, 2003

Image from ReCoil: Change and Exchange in Coiled Fibre Art National Museum of Australia 15 November 2008 – 14 June 2009 Courtesy Tropman collection. Photo: Peter Eve, Monsoon Studio. Sedge (Lepidosperma canescens).

River Bunyip by Australian Aboriginal artist Yvonne Koolmatrie, 2003 Aboriginal Artists, Indigenous Art, Weaving Art, Basket Weaving, Twine, Fiber Art, Cool Photos, Mosaic, River
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River Bunyip: Yvonne Koolmatrie, 2003

Image from ReCoil: Change and Exchange in Coiled Fibre Art National Museum of Australia 15 November 2008 – 14 June 2009 Courtesy Tropman collection. Photo: Peter Eve, Monsoon Studio. Sedge (Lepidosperma canescens).

The Ngarrindjeri woman from South Australia has played a pivotal role in the revival of a near-lost art, infusing Dreaming narratives into distinctive work Lost Art, Art Fair, Art Market, New Art, Contemporary Art, Empire, Wine, Art News, Red
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Indigenous weaver Yvonne Koolmatrie wins $50,000 Red Ochre art prize

The Ngarrindjeri woman from South Australia has played a pivotal role in the revival of a near-lost art, infusing Dreaming narratives into distinctive work