Aboriginal culture dates as far back as 80,000 years, but modern canvas works are finding popularity with international buyers. Pictured, "Marrapinti" by Naata Nungurrayi. Her work often hints at sacred women's ceremonial sites, their dancing, and the designs on their bodies.
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Traditionally paintings were done on rock walls, as body paint, or simply in the dirt or sand. Today most Aboriginal paintings depict stories and "Dreamings" about the land, culture and ceremonies. Pictured, "Water" by Kurun Warun.