Australian Indigenous Art: Aboriginal Dot Painting
Learn about Australian Indigenous Art by viewing galleries of Papunya art, a video of an aboriginal artist, and then try your own dot painting!
Gecko dot painting final
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…
For the Love of Art
These might just be the cutest little creatures I've seen my kids create! We used model magic to create the polar bears after discussing different poses and the parts of the bear. We rolled a sphere for the head, then pinched the snout and ears, we rolled a potato-like shape for the body, 4 "logs" for the legs, and a tiny sphere for the tail. Then we smushed it all together, and used scissors to cut claws, and black markers to make eyes, nose, and mouth. Next week we will add scarves and a…
Lesson Plans - The Art of Education University
Grade Level: 3-5 Art Education Lesson Plan Art Elements: Line, Contour Line Art Skills: Observational Drawing Art History: Aboriginal Art, Australia * Get more free lessons like this, on our Lessons Page This lesson plan helps 3rd grade students learn about contour line. They will be using a visual library, which I posted about …
Aboriginal Culture Investigation Lesson Plan - Year 3/4 - Australian Curriculum Lessons
Summary of lesson plan: Students will be working in groups to investigate one area of traditional Aboriginal culture. They will research their topic over a few days, will create a PowerPoint presentation and will present these to the class. Australian Curriculum Links: ACELA1488: Understand that social interactions influence the way people engage with ideas and […]
Aboriginal Art Paintings The indigenous languages of mainland Australia and Tasmania have not been shown to be related to any languages outside Australia. In the late 18th century, there were anywhere between 350 and 750 distinct groupings and a similar number of languages and dialects.
Australia | Mowanjum Festival, authentic Kimberly Aboriginal Culture, where Worrorra, Ngarinyin and Wunumbai people meet. This is the largest traditional corroboree that is open to the general public. Derby, Western Australia. | © Ingetje Tadros
Throwing Boomerang Hand painted Authentic Aboriginal Dot Art | Etsy
An Authentic Australian Aboriginal Returning Boomerang. Hand shaped by my father Biripi Artist - Pastor Russell Saunders OAM Hand painted by me - Raechel saunders. This boomerang is a returning boomerang, if you throw it the right way it will come back! My father has been making and flying boomerangs for over 20 years. ●The paint design is done in Artists grade Acrylic Paint, ●Paint design is protected with several layers of varnish. ●The back of the boomerang is a flat black colour with…