Cheryl Findlay Video.


From http://www.colourinyourlife.com.au/tv-show via Graeme Stevenson, CEO at Colour in your life, a new contact on LinkedIn: Cheryl has been interested in craft from a young age. Her mother, her mother’s aunt, and her mother’s best friend were all Milliners. Her aunt and grandmother were always making things with their hands. Whether it was cooking, knitting, […]

Look What They Done to Our ART!


I reblogged an article the other week, about the CIA investing in modern expressionism, because they were ‘afraid’!? This stumped me for a while, it did not compute, but I think I finally figured it out. These boys do not do anything for nothing! Artists are supposed to be discerning people, with an awesome power […]

Glimpse of the Aboriginal Universe.


Again from Aboriginal Desert ART Centre: World renowned artist and good friend of the Desert Art Centre Dorothy Napangardi has once again joined with us for an extended residency. Dorothy moved back into familiar surrounds this Sunday just past and has begun work on her much sough…t after Mina Mina Rock Hole story. This first work […]

More Aboriginal Art.


From Aboriginal Desert ART Centre: We’d like to show you a piece painted for us in 2010 by Emily Pwerle on her home community of Utopia. With very little exposure to the ways of the ‘white fella’ Emily began to paint in 2004 with the encouragement of her family, including her late and world renown […]

Paintings from Lockhart River.


Do visit this art site:  http://www.aboriginalartonline.com/ One example, which is for sale, btw – Silas Hobson – Sorry Moment: http://www.aboriginalartonline.com/aboriginalpainting/lockhart.php?type=10&local=36# Artists from Lockhart River on Cape York, known as the “Lockhart River Art Gang”, are some of the most innovative of Aboriginal artists. These artists have developed highly individual styles, but are drawn together by […]