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  1. Alfred Lowe painting – Divided IV

    SKU: 559-22 Alfred Lowe: Code-switched...

  2. Alfred Lowe painting – untitled (552-22AS)

    SKU: 552-22AS...

  3. ‘Tjarlirli Rockhole Tjawina’ Painting

    Two women are at the Tjarlirli rockhole near Tjurkala. They are cooking up the bush tucker they have collected and have been digging for water. Their campsite is depicted with wiltchya (shelter) and the fi...

  4. Rachael Sarra paintings

    From late February to early March 2022, Brisbane suffered an extraordinary weather event with significant “rain bomb” that produced an enormous amount of water, equal to 80% of the annual rainf...

  5. Lorrkon Story

    This is a decorative Lorrkon pole made for homes and office spaces. Traditionally, the Lorrkon is a hollow log coffin used by the people of Arnhem Land, Australia. It consists of a tree trunk hollowed out ...

  6. Mikantji by Kumantjayi Nangala

    This story relates to a place called Mikantji, an important Water Dreaming site, west of Yuendumu whose custodians are the Nangala and Nampitjimpa women and their brothers, the Tjangala and Tjampitjimpa me...

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