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Aboriginal Art of The Kimberley

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June Peters / Carlton Hill Station (18324)

SKU: 18324
60cm x 60cm Ochre on Canvas
$750.00

Edna Dale / Djalala Wandjina (ED79)

SKU: ED79
90cm x 48cm (plus 4cm border) Acrylic on Canvas
$760.00

Mark Nodea / Yakinara (18203)

SKU: 18203
50cm x 60cm Ochre on Canvas
$850.00

Sade Carrington / Purnululu (18279)

SKU: 18279
60cm x 50cm Ochre on Canvas
$850.00

Sade Carrington / Sunset at Purnululu (18287)

SKU: 18287
60cm x 50cm Ochre on Canvas
$850.00

Sade Carrington / Sunset at Purnululu (18288)

SKU: 18288
60cm x 50cm Ochre on Canvas
$850.00

Mark Nodea / Cherabun Station Country (18169)

SKU: 18169
50cm x 60cm Ochre on Canvas
$850.00

Edna Dale / Djalala Wandjina (ED100)

SKU: ED100
73cm x 67cm (plus 4cm border) Acrylic on Canvas
$890.00

Sade Carrington / Purnululu (18317)

SKU: 18317
60cm x 60cm Ochre on Canvas
$990.00

Katie Cox / Needlepoint (1A)

SKU: 16979
60cm x 60cm Ochre on Canvas
$990.00

Sade Carrington / Purnululu (18318)

SKU: 18318
60cm x 60cm Ochre on Canvas
$990.00

Mark Nodea / Old Texas Downs Station (18197)

SKU: 18197
60cm x 60cm Ochre on Canvas
$990.00

Mark Nodea / Spring Creek (18184)

SKU: 18184
60cm x 60cm Ochre on Canvas
$990.00

June Peters / Dingo Dreaming (18325)

SKU: 18325
60cm x 90cm Ochre on Canvas
$990.00

June Peters / Purnululu (18326)

SKU: 18326
60cm x 90cm Ochre on Canvas
$990.00
About Kimberley Aboriginal Art - Click To Expand

Kimberley Aboriginal Art is defined by the area where the artists reside and the land that they paint which is known as The Kimberley. It’s located in the northern part of Western Australia and stretches the entire length of the state in an area 3 times the size of England.

What is unique about Indigenous art from this area is the majority of artworks are painted using natural ochre pigments rather than acrylic paints. 

The ochre pigments are often dug from the ground and then mixed by the artists to create incredible earthy colours. Ochre artworks are often thick and crusty with a rough finish that is clearly visible giving the art a very unique look.

Ochre artworks must be shipped already stretched as they will crack if rolled and placed into a tube. The ochre used in these artworks is the same type of ochre that indigenous people have used on rock art in caves and as body paint for ceremonials for tens of thousands of years. 

The amazing earthy colours, thick crusty finish along with the unique topographical painting styles make these artworks truly authentic to the culture and history of the indigenous people.