FACTS ABOUT ABORIGINAL ART

contemporary aboriginal art

Utopia arts include the artist who the great knowledge about religion i.e. of Christian or Tibetan and Buddhism. Utopia art is referred to as a fictional account that was started in 1516. The artists of utopia arts do utmost struggle in their painting so that they can represent the living journey of utopians. Utopia arts include the contemporary, impression, and street arts categories.  The word utopia in utopia arts comes from the Greek word OU-topos, meaning refers to an imagined old as utopia means no place and nowhere.

Aboriginal Dot Painting:

About 6000 years ago the aboriginal dot painting was started. The artist with the ability to draw aboriginal dot painting uses rocks and soil for making different designs. Aboriginal dot painting is an older one but not everyone is allowed to adopt it. People related to some specific tribes are allowed to adopt it. Aboriginal dot painting is a cultural art. Thus it is sometimes considered to be disrespectful for someone other than that culture

Simply the person is not allowed to adopt the aboriginal dot painting art.

Indigenous Dot Painting:

Indigenous dot painting is a cultural painting technique, in which a brush is stick is used to draw different sorts of painting. In indigenous dot painting, the picture is clear with this dot. Indigenous dot painting is used to show the true stories and culture. The dot in the indigenous dot painting are not placed abruptly but these have proper points and spaces so that the actual picture is fully represented and easier to understand. YINARUPA NANGALA uses only cream and white to represent the feature of the countries. JOYLENE NAPANGARDI Reid is also a refined indigenous dot painting artist who represents the sacred women in gr desert of central Australia.

Aboriginal Art Symbol:

Aboriginal art symbol is another way to represent the culture of the nation. Through this aboriginal art symbol, we can also represent how the people of the tribe tries to survive in the difficult environment.  This aboriginal art symbol also represents the image of the land and its use. Also, it tells us how our ancestors try their best to preserve the actual beauty of nature. Through using these symbols we can save our ancestor’s traditions or we can renew them.  Aboriginal art symbol is now part of contemporary aboriginal art that is used to represent the culture and for telling ancestors’ stories.

Emily Kngwarreye painting:

Emily Kngwarreye paintings are very popular among people because of his dominating painting among men. Emily Kngwarreye paintings are presented as the first female paintings which represent the culture and tradition of society and countries. Emily Kngwarreye painting brings different variance from the previous type of painting and Emily Kngwarreye paintings represent a different culture more emotionally and extensively.