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  • track of the deer». Art Education 48 (5): 6.  Ronald A. Barnett (1 de abril de 2009). «Huichol art, a matter of survival III: motifs and symbolism». Mexconnect
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  • starting to use techniques shared by Aboriginal art in mainland Australia but incorporating traditional Tasmanian motifs, such as spirals and celestial representation
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  • Sydney rock engravings, or Sydney rock art, are a form of Australian Aboriginal rock art in the sandstone around Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, that
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  • numerous names in different Australian Aboriginal languages, and a common motif in the art and religion of Aboriginal Australia. Not all of the myths of the
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  • surface to resulting in a visible motif or design. Traditionally, individual markings are called motifs and groups of motifs are known as panels. Sequences
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  • Earlwood Aboriginal Art Site is a heritage-listed Aboriginal cultural site at Earlwood, City of Canterbury-Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia. It is
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  • Australian art (also known as contemporary Aboriginal Australian art) is the modern art work produced by Indigenous Australians, that is, Aboriginal Australians
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  • Papunya Tula (redirección desde Dot art)
    operated by Aboriginal people from the Western Desert of Australia. The group is known for its innovative work with the Western Desert Art Movement, popularly
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  • awareness of murdered and missing Aboriginal women". Global News. "Raising elder abuse awareness through intergenerational art". Human Resources and Skills
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  • organs of the animals they depict. Some Aboriginal art appears as abstract to modern viewers; Aboriginal art employs geometrical figures, dots and lines
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  • has made extensive contributions to the contemporary Aboriginal art scene in Australia. The Art Gallery of NSW and the National Gallery of Victoria have
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  • foster an Australian "national art", she was also one of the first non-Indigenous Australian artists to use Aboriginal motifs in her work. Margaret Rose Preston
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  • Islamic art, or ancient Egyptian motifs in their work. Knots, swirls, Celtic crosses, and entrelac (interlanced designs) inspired by ancient Celtic art featured
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  • batik, making larger motifs with thicker lines and more colours. In the 1970s, batik was introduced to Australia, where aboriginal artists at Erna Bella
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  • Warlugulong (categoría Australian Aboriginal art)
    Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture. Melbourne, VIC: Oxford University Press. p. 214. ISBN 0-19-550649-9. Caruana, Wally (2003). Aboriginal Art (2nd ed
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  • download) L'art pléistocène en Australie (Pré-Actes) IFRAO Congress, September 2010 p. 4. Masters, Emma (4 October 2009). "Aboriginal rock art collection
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  • Grampians National Park (categoría Rock art in Australia)
    for its outstanding natural beauty and being one of the richest Aboriginal rock art sites in south-eastern Australia. The Grampians feature a striking
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  • Madjedbebe (sección Rock art)
    recorded more than 1000 motifs at the site. As many of the images are faded, and many overlap, this is the minimum number of motifs the site that can be
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  • Boomerang (categoría Australian Aboriginal bushcraft)
    interiors. In the 21st century, souvenir objects depicting Aboriginal peoples, symbolism and motifs including the boomerang, from the 1940s–1970s, regarded
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  • Panaramitee Style (categoría Rock art in Australia)
    proportions of motifs, perhaps originating in the Laura region but changing geographically. It is known that the practice of Panaramitee Style rock art is still
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  • Adnoartina (categoría Australian Aboriginal deities)
    this deity in the Aboriginal culture. Adnoartina is regarded as a spiritual figure in the dreamtime and continues to be a motif in the art, music and ceremonial
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  • Hector Jandany (categoría Australian Aboriginal artists)
    Jandany's art is strongly influenced by his personal experiences as well as the Aboriginal tradition. Thus, the country of his mother is a constant motif in
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