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Highlight for Album: “Wood and Water”, New works from Waringarri Aboriginal Arts
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“Wood and Water”, New works from Waringarri Aboriginal Arts

Northern Editions and Waringarri Aboriginal Arts present “Wood and Water” New works from Waringarri Aboriginal Arts. This exhibition celebrates the release of a stunning collection of limited edition Japanese-style woodblocks by prominent artists Agnes Armstrong, Louise Malarvie, Kitty Malarvie and Richard Bloomer. This body of work reveals the rich and diverse artistic tradition of some of Australia’s most exciting contemporary artists.

Last changed on 09/05/14. This album contains 7 items.

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Highlight for Album: “Räl Gadung” - Good Hunter/Good Hunting”
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“Räl Gadung” - Good Hunter/Good Hunting”

This exhibition celebrates bush tucker, the skill of the Hunter and of course the skills of prominent artists Roy Burnyila, Bobby Bunungurr, Dorothy Djukulul, Robyn Djunginy and Billy Black. Through the mediums of Etching and Japanese-style woodbock prints, with beautiful and exquisite detail, they share intimate knowledge of the vegetation, the animals, their habitats and their hunters that are so essential to the core fabric of traditional life today and since time immemorial.

Last changed on 10/02/14. This album contains 9 items.

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Highlight for Album: “Broncos, birds & boulders” new prints by Bindi
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“Broncos, birds & boulders” new prints by Bindi

Bindi (Mwerre Anthurre Artists) is a cross cultural organization based in Alice Springs which has been providing opportunities for all people with disabilities for over 32 years Northern Editions printers travelled to Alice Springs to spend one week delivering a workshop to the artists who were prolific in producing a wonderful collection of etchings and drypoints

Last changed on 11/03/14. This album contains 24 items.

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Highlight for Album: Living Art
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Living Art

Celebrating the Art of Indigenous Body Painting. Featuring Artists from the remote northern regions of Australia, from the Central Desert to the Tiwi Islands. Designs applied to the body of a participant in a ritual ceremony, have the power to transform the nature of the thing from the profane to the sacred and to evoke the radiant presence of a supernatural power. Anthropologists call this art “Living Art”, an art that moves, acting and transmitting permanent messages.

Last changed on 12/10/14. This album contains 12 items.

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Highlight for Album: Kuralka tjanu tjukurrpa: Kuwarri marra ku(Old stories: New Creations)
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Kuralka tjanu tjukurrpa: Kuwarri marra ku(Old stories: New Creations)

In September 2012 Northern Editions delivered a printmaking workshop at the Warlayirti Art Centre in the remote community of Balgo. Walayirti represents a number of senior female artists including Eubena Nampitjin, Elizabeth Nymi and Ningie Nanala Nangala to name several. These artists created multiple plate etchings. It was also the first time for the emerging and senior male artists from the Warlayirti art centre to work with Japanese-style woodblock (Mokuhanga). Imagery for these works focused on the various desert territories that were significant to individual artists.

Last changed on 12/03/14. This album contains 18 items.

This album has been viewed 1797 times since 08/30/13.
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