who lose dreaming are lost
are numerous art galleries and shops with wonderful aboriginal art in
Sydney. These snakes are from a gift wrapping paper I bought in a gallery
by Colin Jones © Aboriginal Australia Arts
post card I bought in Sydney.
Aboriginal Australia Arts Pty Ltd, P.O.Box 38, Balmain, New South Wales,
2041, Australia, tel: 02 9555 7333
by Terry Johnstone © Tobwabba Art
a package with envelopes and letter paper.
Tobwabba Art tells the story of the Worimi people from the Great Lakes
region of coastal New South Wales. Tobwabba Art is a living portrayal
of the rich and diverse culture of the Worimi people that has been passed
down through the generations. Royalties from the sale of licenced products
go to Tobwabba Ara and benefit the Worimi community. Email: email@example.com
Aboriginal Art Centre at the harbourside Shopping Centre in Darling
Harbour, Sydney, is Sydney's only aboriginal owned Art Centre. This
picture is from their pamplet about the shop which was established in
1995 by a family of Aboriginal artists. Beautiful art centre! Open every
day, also in the weekend, from 10am to 9pm.
Tel 02 9212 7232
by Naiura © Bartel
Dan Purches, whose tribal name is Naiura, learned his art through his
mother. His maternal grandfather was a member of the Burramadagal clan
of the Dharrug tribe. His people frequented the Parramatta River area
of New South Wales. Naiura's mother spent many hours telling him stories
that were handed down from her ancestors.
The painting above is part of the calendar 'Tales of the Dreamtime 2005'
which can be purchased from Bartel
or at Gavala Aboriginal Art Centre
at the harbourside Shopping Centre in Darling Harbour, Sydney
textile cloth I bought at a market shop at the Wollumbin Festival, Aus$
The Indij-N-Arts artists are from the Bundjalun and Kamilaroi tribal
areas of New Soouth Wales. Their art is influenced by their peoples
connection to the land, ocean and rivers where they live.
Naj Indij-N-Arts, tel 02 6688 8010, or 0423 919 540
textile purchased at an aboriginal art gallery in Sydney.
In the edge of the cloth, it is written: June S. Keringke Arts. Santa
Teresa. N.T. "91"
shopping bag is illustrated by Danny Eastwood, Uluru, Aboriginal Art
Purchased at Gavala Aboriginal Art
Centre in Sydney