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Makersville

 Instagram Image by Makersville (@mymakersville) with caption : "Here’s an interesting one .... these boomerangs were hand-painted some 20-30 years ago ... and recently found tucked awa" at Makersville - 1875382092760417243
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Here’s an interesting one .... these boomerangs were hand-painted some 20-30 years ago ... and recently found tucked away in a storage box. All cleaned up now, and ready for new homes, they’re really amazing examples of Australian Handmade 🖤💚💛

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Linx Macpherson & SJ Holden

 Instagram Image by Linx Macpherson & SJ Holden (@tingariarts) with caption : "Gloria Petyarre. Utopia, Northern Territory.  This is a small study by an ageing Gloria but the technique is there and t" at Wimbledon, United Kingdom - 1869161889185336767

Gloria Petyarre. Utopia, Northern Territory. This is a small study by an ageing Gloria but the technique is there and the movement that she is so famous for and the subtlety of colour. She has used three colours in the leaves .... can you see them? . . AUST +61 (0) 4188 61520 UK +44 (0) 7786 193914 ifacts

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Amazing Australian Aboriginal Art handcarved Boab Nut. Insect design, unsigned. 22cm long including the stem. Available for purchase in my eBay store, link to store in bio. . ifacts

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Theresa Anderson

 Instagram Image by Theresa Anderson (@ta_3anderson) with caption : "Off to Cherbourg to celebrate “Because of her, we can” NAIDOC Week. 
Who better to pay tribute to this years theme than " at Cherbourg - 1819911040889068145
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Off to Cherbourg to celebrate “Because of her, we can” NAIDOC Week. Who better to pay tribute to this years theme than with my Mother on her country holding a stall showing off our deadly Traditional Aboriginal Artifacts.🤗✊🏾🖤💛❤️👸🏾👩🏾🎨 #aboriginalartifacts

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Linx Macpherson & SJ Holden

 Instagram Image by Linx Macpherson & SJ Holden (@tingariarts) with caption : "Plenty to see when you pop in.
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www.tingariarts.com www.aboriginal-artists.co.uk
Aust: +61 (0)418861520 UK:+44(0)778619" at Mansfield High Country - 1778113636805716749

Plenty to see when you pop in. . www.tingariarts.com www.aboriginal-artists.co.uk Aust: +61 (0)418861520 UK:+44(0)7786193914 . ifacts

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Linx Macpherson & SJ Holden

 Instagram Image by Linx Macpherson & SJ Holden (@tingariarts) with caption : "Sandy Hunter, master carver of the bean wood tree.  His birds find their way round the world and that's because they are" at Utopia, Northern Territory - 1772748465430080470

Sandy Hunter, master carver of the bean wood tree. His birds find their way round the world and that's because they are so special. He is with his granddaughter here. Love that red dirt - see where the colour comes from. . www.tingariarts.com www.aboriginal-artists.co.uk Aust: +61 (0)418861520 UK:+44(0)7786193914 . ifacts

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Oceania Art Gallery

 image by Oceania Art Gallery (@oceaniaartgallery) with caption : "Exquisite Bi-cornual basket made of lawyer cane decorated with natural pigments, Rainforest, Queensland, Australia, 1840" - 1769972522629738466
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Exquisite Bi-cornual basket made of lawyer cane decorated with natural pigments, Rainforest, Queensland, Australia, 1840 - 1890 Used by Indigenous Australians to carry bush foods and personal belongings, but the two-cornered shape of the base made it ideal to use as a trap or a sieve for preparing poisonous cycad nuts. The basket would be secured in a stream of running water that would leaching out the toxins from the nuts, after which they were pounded and made into cakes that were cooked and eaten.