Aboriginal Arts Exhibitions & Events in Australia
Aboriginal Arts Exhibitions & Events in Australia; Central Art has put together a striking exhibition featuring thirteen beautiful works from Pintupi artists
Australia: Aboriginal Culture 009
Playing the traditional aboriginal musical instrument, the didgeridoo - an amazing instrument ! To hear free samples go to: www.freesound.org/tagsViewSingle.php?id=1169
PREHNITE’S DREAMTIME JOURNEY
Prehnite, with its vibrant, intense ranges of green and yellow hues, speaks directly to the essence of our hearts and the journey of embracing the power of who we are and from that which we origina…
symbolism in aboriginal arts and more
some information to unlock a few symbols used in aboriginal arts and apply them on my own composition and some real artworks
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Eingana is the Australian Aboriginal Goddess of Creation. She is the Mother of all things, the Primordial Snake Goddess. When Eingana’s creations grew inside her, she swelled up to an enormous size. Since she had no vagina, she had no way to give birth to them, until the God Barraiya opened a hole near her anus with his spear. Eingana is also a Goddess of Death. She holds the thread of life of each of her creations, and when she lets go of it, the life ends.
Those who lose dreaming are lost. ~ Australian Aboriginal Proverb 
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Yowie...unidentified hominid reputed to lurk in the Australian wilderness. An Australian cryptid similar to the Himalayan Yeti and the North American Bigfoot. The origins of the yowie may lie in a mythological character in native Australian Aboriginal folklore. This creature's characteristics and legend are sometimes interchangeable with those of the bunyip. Reports of yowie-type creatures are common in the legends and stories of Australian Aboriginal tribes.
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