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Product shot of Bush Potato Dreaming - © Alicka Brown Napanangka The Artery $360 46cmx46cm

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The Artery Aboriginal Art Gallery is based in Sydney Australia, selling original contemporary artworks by authentic Australian artist's both online and in their gallery which is located in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia.

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Lattice Stacking Wine Cubicle In Redwood With Black Stain Black Black Wine Rack Black Wall Wine Glass Rack

Betty Mbitjana Aboriginal Art $490 60cmx60cm

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THE ARTERY Aboriginal Art - My Country depicts an aerial view of Utopia and the Bush Yam Seed. The Bush Yam plant is one of the most reliable sources of food found in Delvine’s country. The yam is most abundant after the rain when the root system is at its most prolific stage of regeneration. The Bush yam grows underground with a vine-like shrub that grows above ground up to 1 metre high. The Bush Yam is normally found on spinifex sand plains and produces a large pink or yellow flower after…

THE ARTERY CONTEMPORARY ABORIGINAL ART GALLERY - ""

THE ARTERY Aboriginal Art - My Country depicts an aerial view of Utopia and the Bush Yam Seed. The Bush Yam plant is one of the most reliable sources of food found in Delvine’s country. The yam is most abundant after the rain when the root system is at its most prolific stage of regeneration. The Bush yam grows underground with a vine-like shrub that grows above ground up to 1 metre high. The Bush Yam is normally found on spinifex sand plains and produces a large pink or yellow flower after…

Pencil Yam Dreaming - © Rosemary Petyarre The Artery $690 90x60cm

Artworks

The Artery Aboriginal Art Gallery is based in Sydney Australia, selling original contemporary artworks by authentic Australian artist's both online and in their gallery which is located in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia.

Water Dreaming - © Julie Dempsey Napaljarri The Artery $590 76x46cm

Artworks

The Artery Aboriginal Art Gallery is based in Sydney Australia, selling original contemporary artworks by authentic Australian artist's both online and in their gallery which is located in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia.

Product shot of My Country - © Dulcie Ward The Artery $150 30x30

THE ARTERY CONTEMPORARY ABORIGINAL ART GALLERY - ""

The Artery Aboriginal Art Gallery is based in Sydney Australia, selling original contemporary artworks by authentic Australian artist's both online and in their gallery which is located in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia.

Product shot of Bush Cabbage Dreaming - © Glorine Martin Nungarrayi Artery $150 30cmx30

THE ARTERY CONTEMPORARY ABORIGINAL ART GALLERY - ""

The Artery Aboriginal Art Gallery is based in Sydney Australia, selling original contemporary artworks by authentic Australian artist's both online and in their gallery which is located in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Australia.

Traditional Aboriginal Art from Central Australia mbantua gallery $125 30cmx30cm

Mbantua Aboriginal Art Gallery

The best in Australian Aboriginal art, browse and buy the latest aboriginal art online. Traditional artworks, dot paintings, indigenous Australian art, all at Mbantua Gallery.

THE ARTERY Aboriginal Art - In this story, the water Dreaming travelled from Puyurru, northwest of Yuendumu, to a soakage in the Mikanji creek. It unleashed a huge storm there. Two old blind women of the Nampijinpa skin group were sitting by the side of the soakages. As the two women strained their eyes to see the sky, tears formed in their eyes, creating the rain. Their spirits can still be seen at Mikanji in the form of two River Red Gum Trees growing near the soakage.

THE ARTERY CONTEMPORARY ABORIGINAL ART GALLERY - ""

THE ARTERY Aboriginal Art - In this story, the water Dreaming travelled from Puyurru, northwest of Yuendumu, to a soakage in the Mikanji creek. It unleashed a huge storm there. Two old blind women of the Nampijinpa skin group were sitting by the side of the soakages. As the two women strained their eyes to see the sky, tears formed in their eyes, creating the rain. Their spirits can still be seen at Mikanji in the form of two River Red Gum Trees growing near the soakage.