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#repost #follow @l.k_arts •Convergence• “This work speaks to the many levels of convergence that bring together Baleen Whales and Killer Whales in a primal dance for survival. It articulates cognitive understanding between the Killer Whales as they hunt together in a pack not competing for the kill but cooperating as an efficient unit. The circles are the representative iconography for places and/or locations that describe the annual Baleen Whales migration along the East Coast of Australia passing Eden and Merimbula.” This print is available as the following: A4 Print - $53 A4 Print (Foam back frame) - $89 A3 Print - $85 Please contact Tim on 0427639087 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss or view this piece. • #aboriginal #aboriginalart #aboriginalartaustralia #indigenous #indigenousart #indigenousartaustralia #aboriginalaustralia #aboriginalculture #indigenousaustralia #culture #art #aborginalartist
Please enjoy this awesome new work by Margaret Nangala Gallagher⚡ Here, through her vibrant palette and layers she shares her Yankirri Jukurrpa or Emu Dreaming for the site of Ngarlikurlangu. 91x76cm | $935 | Free post | Available on our homepage (bio link) This particular site of the Yankirri Jukurrpa, (emu Dreaming) is at Ngarlikurlangu, north of Yuendumu. The ‘yankirri’ travelled to the rockhole at Ngarlikurlangu to find water. This Jukurrpa story belongs to Jangala/Jampijinpa men and Nangala/Nampijinpa women. In contemporary Warlpiri paintings traditional iconography is used to represent the Jukurrpa, associated sites and other elements. Emus are usually represented by their ‘wirliya’ (footprints), arrow-like shapes that show them walking around Ngarlikurlangu eating ‘yakajirri’ (bush raisin). In the time of the Jukurrpa there was a fight at Ngarlikiurlangu between a ‘yankirri’ ancestor and Wardilyka (Australian bustard) ancestors over sharing the ‘yakajirri’. There is also a dance for this Jukurrpa that is performed during initiation ceremonies.
There’s less than two weeks left to catch #FACInCahoots. There’s a vast range of photos, paintings, sculptures and furniture to explore. Like this amazing superhero photo collaboration between @tonyalbert and @warakurna_artists. Image: Tony Albert, Ranisha Ward Yates and David C. Collins, Warakurna Superheroes #3 (detail), 2017, C-type print, 100 x 150cm. Photo courtesy of the artists, Warakurna Artists and Fremantle Arts Centre. #fremantleartscentre #aboriginalart #australianart #infreo #whatsonperth