Aboriginal art dot painting

Explore the rich cultural heritage of Aboriginal art through mesmerizing dot paintings. Get inspired by top ideas to incorporate this unique art form into your home decor and create a captivating ambiance.
40 Complex Yet Beautiful Aboriginal Art Examples Aboriginal Dot Painting, Aboriginal Artists, Dot Art Painting, Mandala Painting, Stone Painting, Painting & Drawing, Encaustic Painting, Indigenous Australian Art, Indigenous Art

Art is not something that happened in one era and that too when human beings were in a position where their basic needs were taken care of and they had the luxury of time and leisure to indulge in artistic pursuits. In fact, if you would notice art still existed when humans had to forage for simple needs like food, shelter and clothing. What else would explain the fact that the most ancient of tribes still found the time and wherewithal to create some form of art or the other? We should take…

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Deb Averitt
Aboriginal Art Dot Painting, Dot Art Painting, Mandala Painting, Stone Painting, Painting & Drawing, Painting With Dots, Mandala Rock Art, Mandala Canvas, Mandala Rocks

Aboriginal Dot paintings are made up of dots and also pottery designing with the use of dots and simple lines has intrigued art enthusiasts. Being actually originated from Natives of Australia, It has now inspired many Modern Art Paintings and different forms.

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Deborah McNally
Best viewed on black background  Gecko created by repetitive pattern of dots. I used the end of wooden pencils, small toothpicks and Q-tips to create the various dot sizes.   Inspiration was Australian aboriginal dot painting art and my own fascination with dots, repetition, circles, patterns and the rhythm caused when they are combined. I also have a passion for geckoes, their behavior, look, skin patterns and body design.    Material tempera paint and construction paper. Not very permanent... Aboriginal Art Dot Painting, Dot Art Painting, Aboriginal Art For Kids, Q Tip Painting, Aboriginal Patterns, Encaustic Painting, Classe D'art, Kunst Der Aborigines, Arte Tribal

Best viewed on black background Gecko created by repetitive pattern of dots. I used the end of wooden pencils, small toothpicks and Q-tips to create the various dot sizes. Inspiration was Australian aboriginal dot painting art and my own fascination with dots, repetition, circles, patterns and the rhythm caused when they are combined. I also have a passion for geckoes, their behavior, look, skin patterns and body design. Material tempera paint and construction paper. Not very permanent…

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Cameron