Wandjina

Wandjina Wandjina paintings are unique to the Kimberley of Western Australia. They date back between two to four thousand years. Wanjina are shape-changing anthropomorphic beings associated with rain. The Wanjina and their associated mythology, religious practices and...

Aboriginal Art Videos

Aboriginal Art Videos Zorba the Greek Yolngu style Mimih style of Dancing done to Zorba the Greek.  On of the best videos of Aboriginal culture and dance ever Old Masters : Australias greatest Aboriginal bark painters 6-minute video introducing the exhibition called...

Aboriginal Dot Art

Aboriginal Dot Art Aboriginal dot art came into the Western worlds mainstream consciousness in the Early 1980s. Dot Art emerged from the Western Desert.  In particular dot art first came from an Aboriginal settlement called Papunya. Today Aboriginal dot art paintings...

Australian Shield

Australian Shields Australian shields made by Aboriginal Australians come in many different forms depending on the tribe that made them and their function. Aboriginal Shields come in 2 main types, Broad shields, and Parrying shields. Parrying shields parry blows from...

Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri

Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri was the first recognized star of the Western Desert art movement. He is one of Australia’s most distinguished and best-selling painters of the late twentieth century. He developed his own unique style that...