Aboriganal dot painting

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The Aboriginal people do not have a written language so these painting of their stories and ceremonies are all they have to save this culture for future generations. Some pieces have flattened surfaces indicating use and there is other evidence of pieces of ochre being ground up or pulverised. Save Print Send Download Report.


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Body painting occurred extensively as part of ceremonies in central and northern Australia. Traditionally this fluid could be saliva or blood, while in contemporary art an acrylic binder is more commonly used. They should be organic things, no racecars or cartoon characters.

Aboriginal Dot Paintings

If you look at the desert landscape from the height of any small bluff or hill what you see looking down are clumps of growth scattered about a red landscape. These dots are a myriad of clumps of natural splendor which might go unnoticed had you not seen an Aboriginal Dot painting and looked to see what it was about. Regardless of the exact age, the Mungo 3 burial through the use of ochre paint is evidence of communication and ceremonial practices, and perhaps also of trade, amongst the early human residents of eastern Australia. Traditional use of ochres included not only body and other painting such as bark and wooden sculptures , but also a role in mortuary ceremonies. This username and password combination was not found.

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  1. The arrangement of the plants, rocks and water are all part of the spirit of creation and it is because of this placement that Aboriginal people have traversed the deserts safely without printed maps for thousands of years. So, they would paint dots all over the picture as a form of camouflage.