Australia Aboriginal art

Australia Aboriginal art - I admire Aboriginal Art enormously and sell these paintings regularly at Art /Antique Fairs in the UK.

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Woven basket

On the very first day I ever made a basket, I saw an image of a pear-shaped basket made from palm inflorescence which I loved so much. I later found out it was made by a QLD fibre artist called Jil…

Myrtleford aboriginal shelter

Myrtleford College in located in the rural town of Myrtleford in North East Victoria and caters for both Primary and Secondary Education.

Wiradjuri Country [Photographs of Aboriginal rock art and stencil art, stone tools and landscapes], ca. 1925-1944 / compiled by C. C. Towle. Find more information about this image at: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=874413

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Aboriginal Technology -   This house, which features a platform, was built as a shelter from wet weather. Source: Aboriginal Technology: Housing, Alex Barlow, Macmillan Education Australia (1994)

Aboriginal Technology - This house, which features a platform, was built as a shelter from wet weather.

Shields were skillfully crafted & used in ceremonies, dances and occasionally in defensive combat by Aboriginal men. The shape & decoration of the shields varied from region to region. The narrowest shields were usually used in hand-to-hand combat while large, broad shields protected the holder against spears & other missiles. The largest and most spectacular shields were made by the rainforest peoples of north QLD. They were carefully painted with clan designs & adorned with stunning…

Shields were skillfully crafted & used in ceremonies, dances and occasionally in defensive combat by Aboriginal men. The shape & decoration of the shields varied from region to region. The narrowest shields were usually used in hand-to-hand combat while large, broad shields protected the holder against spears & other missiles. The largest and most spectacular shields were made by the rainforest peoples of north QLD. They were carefully painted with clan designs & adorned with stunning…

Aboriginal shelter, Mt Browne Station  The remains of a mia mia - an aboriginal shelter, Mt Browne Station, Milparinka, Outback NSW.

Aboriginal shelter, Mt Browne Station The remains of a mia mia - an aboriginal shelter, Mt Browne Station, Milparinka, Outback NSW.

Aboriginal weapons

Come here for all information regarding aboriginal art, clubs, spears, woomeras, spear throwers and boomerangs of the Australian Aboriginals.

Australia's Aboriginal culture probably represents the oldest surviving culture in the world, with the use of stone tool technology and painting with red ochre pigment dating back over 60,000 years.  Photo: Marcus Fox

Australia's Aboriginal culture probably represents the oldest surviving culture in the world, with the use of stone tool technology and painting with red ochre pigment dating back over years.

These spear heads have been hand crafted from recycled native Australian timbers. Each piece has been hand painted or burnt by Aboriginal artists. The men of the tribe took great pride in the weapons and tools that were used in ceremonies and daily life.

These spear heads have been hand crafted from recycled native Australian timbers. Each piece has been hand painted or burnt by Aboriginal artists. The men of the tribe took great pride in the weapons and tools that were used in ceremonies and daily life.

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