Aboriginal bark baskets with intricately colored designs from natural pigments

Aboriginal bark basket intricately colored with natural pigments

Barking for a Nest: Paperbark and Linen Thread. Open Coil Weave by Annies Workroom, Currency of Birdsong: Floating Land 2013

Barking for a Nest: Paperbark and Linen Thread. Open Coil Weave by Annies Workroom, Currency of Birdsong: Floating Land 2013

Tjanpi Desert Weavers (Australia)

Image from ReCoil: Change and Exchange in Coiled Fibre Art National Museum of Australia 15 November 2008 – 14 June 2009 Courtesy Tjanpi Desert Weavers.

Aboriginal art-Four colourful baskets made from plant fibre, yarn on metal base with bead trim.

Aboriginal art-Four colourful baskets made from plant fibre, yarn on metal base with bead trim.

Phyllis's story: Since I've learnt how to weave I've realised how important it was for the Aboriginal people, for the women on the east coast, I've put the weaving plant, Lomandra, which was used for basket making and fish traps.

Phyllis's story: Since I've learnt how to weave I've realised how important it was for the Aboriginal people, for the women on the east coast, I've put the weaving plant, Lomandra, which was used for basket making and fish traps.

www.arnhemweavers.com.au the most beautiful Australian Indigenous baskets - love, love

www.arnhemweavers.com.au the most beautiful Australian Indigenous baskets - love, love

Dulcie Greeno :Lackerrernunne, 2008 larapuna (Eddystone Point) white flag iris (Diplarrena moraea)

Dulcie Greeno :Lackerrernunne, 2008 larapuna (Eddystone Point) white flag iris (Diplarrena moraea)

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