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Aboriginal Rock Art - Indigenous Instyle
Aboriginal rock art is a feature of what is generally known as Australian aboriginal art. It refers to both the rock carvings and paintings found in different regions in Australia. The aboriginal carvings or petroglyphs were made through abrasion of rock surfaces using hard objects. The paintings, on the other hand, were found in caves presumed to be shelters of the aboriginal people. These were...
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There are several types of aboriginal art and ways of making art. This includes rock painting, dot painting, rock engravings, bark painting, carvings, sculptures, and weaving and string art.
Dot paintings from Namadgi National Park showing a Kangaroo , Dingoes , Echidna and a Turtle ,
A painting of Baiame in "Baiame's cave", near Singleton, NSW. Notice the...
Date: 2017-12-18 17:12:51
Space Aliens In Australia - Mysterious Australia
Australasian Post, September 11, 1986
Space Aliens In Australia
In a rock shelter in the NSW Blue Mountains 20 years ago, I came across a mysterious Aboriginal carving. Etched into the rock it appeared to depict a human-like figure seated in an airborne vehicle. Flying saucer enthusiasts would take this carving as clear evidence that astronauts...
Date: 2010-12-02 05:29:29
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5 Aboriginal Art Facts - Kate Owen Gallery | Sydney
Aboriginal art on canvas and board only began 40 years ago: Traditionally, the paintings we now see on canvas, were scratched or drawn on rock walls, used in body paint or on ceremonial articles and importantly, drawn in sand or dirt accompanied by the song or story. In 1971, Geoffrey Bardon a school teacher working with Aboriginal children in Papunya, noticed the Aboriginal men, while telling...
Indigenous Rock Art Sites of Australia - Complete Campsite
Aboriginal rock art is part of an ancient tradition of painting and engraving, and sadly, only about fifty years away from disappearing forever.
The images tell us of a time when Ancestral Beings moved across the land, creating geographical features and sacred sites; of species that were extinct long before white settlers arrived, of food available in the area, and of the relationships amongst...
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Australian art - Wikipedia
Bradshaw rock art in the Kimberley region of Western Australia
The first ancestors of Aboriginal Australians are believed to have arrived in Australia as early as 60,000 years ago, and evidence of Aboriginal art in Australia can be traced back at least 30,000 years.  Examples of ancient Aboriginal rock artworks can be found throughout the continent. Notable examples can be found in national...
Date: 2017-12-09 12:59:37
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Australian Petroglyphs, Wondjina - Crystalinks
Australian Petroglyphs and Rock Art
Significant early cave paintings have been found in Kakadu, Australia. Ochre is a not an organic material, so carbon dating of these pictures is often impossible. Sometimes the approximate date, or at least, an epoch, can be surmised from the painting content, contextual artifacts, or organic material intentionally or inadvertently mixed with the inorganic...
Date: 2013-06-26 12:56:15
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