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Rougette Gallery
Rockland, Maine
Australian Aboriginal Art

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Women's Ceremonial Work

Women's Ceremonial Work
Josie Kunoth Petyarre
Acrylic on canvas 42.25" 62 .5"
images area

$10,000

Waterholes/Women's Ceremony

Women's Ceremony/Waterholes
Julianne Turner Nungarrayi

Acrylic on canvas 38.5" x 52.75"
$3,000

Narelle Reid Napangardi

Narelle Reid Napangardi
 acrylic on linen 28 3/8" x 28"
image area: 23.5" 23/75
$800

Front side

Natasha Lennon

Pitjantjatjara People, Australia
Natasha Lennon
Acrylic on canvas 23 3/8" x  281/2"
image area 20 3/8" x  25 3/4"

sold

"The Tjakurpa Way"
"All things in life was created in tjakurpa , or law by spiritual ancestor beings. Life with in all creations of life, animals, flora,the land they must all be treated with the highest of respect.  Sme of the law is held in the realm of heavenly knowledge restricted to all peoples (This depicts)  Women sitting around campsites, kids playing, men out hunting tracking emu /kalaya or kangaroo/malu. Bush onions, honey ants, women organising ceremony"

Includes a limited legend of some of the symbols released to people outside the tribe. 

 Back side


The Tjakurpa Way Back side

Front side


Pitjanjatjura People, Australia
Natasha Lennon

Acrylic on canvas  35 3/8" x 24 7/8"
image area 32 5/8" x 22"
$2100

"Women collecting bush tucker, women organising themselves with body paint for ceremony. Lake with drink water and dried up salt lake. Men hunting searching for bush tucker, kangaroo/malu, or Emu /Kalaya Kids playing and learning how to throw boomerangs near campsite."

Includes a limited legend of some of the symbols released to people outside the tribe.
Back side


women collecting-back side

Front side


Hunters out tracking emu

Pitjanjatjura People, Australia
Natasha Lennon

Acrylic on canvas  36 1/2 x 25 1/2"
image area 33 3/8" x 23"
$2100

"Hunters out tracking Emu = Kalaya, women/cungas out with kids collecting bush tucka, bush tomatoes, bush bananas, bush raisons.  Campsite and tracks"

Includes a limited legend of some of the symbols released to people outside the tribe
 Back side


Back side






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