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Search results for Sculptures

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  1. Alicia Mardday – Merlemerleh (Butterfly)

    Alicia Mardday excels in various fibre art forms, showcasing her expertise in pandanus weaving, single-element string looping, woven and coiled baskets, dilly bags, knotted fiber figures and animals, strin...

  2. ‘Gomarla’ – (Egret Bird)

    Bob Ali is an established artist whose carved wooden Burarra (Egret) sculptures reflect the coastal region of his country, Yilan....

  3. Ku’ (dog)

    The Wik & Kugu Art Centre and its artists have developed a following for its signature sculptural the Ku’ (dog). The Story Place of the Ku’ associated with the Apalech ceremonial group is located...

  4. Ku’ (Dog) by Lex Namponan

    Ku’ (Dog) by artist Lex Namponan from Wik & Kugu Arts Centre, Aurukun. Crafted from Milkwood and painted with Natural Ochres, Lex’s Camp Dogs are a secular subject and as such belong to an inno...

  5. Galatjarr (Heron)

    Ganytjurr (Heron) sculpture handcarved and painted by Peter Guyula Wuyulngurra of Gapuwiyak, Northern Territory. Ganytjurr (Heron) is a Yirritja bird. The Ganytjurr is sung and danced by the Yirritja clans...

  6. An-gujechiya (Fish Trap)

    An-gujechiya (Fish Trap) hand made by Maureen Ali. This is a special natural fibre fish trap, as it is made with sand palm (Livistonia Humilis), rather than pandanus or jungle vine which Maningrida artists...

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