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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 2000 x 900 Aboriginal Art Bright $2,199.00 $3,599.00
Eye catching with a bright and complimentary palette! This Karen Bird, My Country Aboriginal Artwork  will transform any living area or bedroom! Karen is a highly sought after artist and her biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 900 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Belinda Golder Kngwarreye “Bush Plum Dreaming” 2000 x 830 Aboriginal Art Belinda Golder Kngwarreye “Bush Plum Dreaming” 2000 x 830 Aboriginal Art
Belinda Golder Kngwarreye “Bush Plum Dreaming” 2000 x 830 Aboriginal Art $2,499.00 $3,999.00
Absolutely breathtaking and original Belinda Golder Kngwarreye Aboriginal Artwork! This painting utilises a striking palette of the native bush plum in Belinda’s country. This painting will add class and warmth to your living room, bedroom, or home office.  Belinda’s biography is detailed below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 830 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free and Fast Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Belinda Golder Kngwarreye Belinda Golder Kngwarreye was born in the Central Australian town of Utopia in 1986. She is a young Anmatyerre artist that is on the rise. Belinda Pitjara is the daughter of Sammy Pitjara and Margaret Golder, and the sister of well-known artist Janet Golder Kngwarreye. Her grandpa, the late Kudditji Kngwarreye, was a well-known Kudditji Kngwarreye. Belinda is still a resident of Utopia and a budding artist in her own way. Design inspiration The Bush Plum is a common style that Belinda draws on in her artworks. Polly Ngale, Belinda's grandmother, is the "Bush Plum Dreaming's" senior custodian. You will note that Belinda uses a smaller stroke than that of her grandmother.  Bush Plum is a food source for the Aboriginal people of Utopia, in Central Australia's Eastern desert. In their ceremonies, the ladies pay homage with body paint, songlines, and dance cycles. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 2100 x 880 Aboriginal Art $2,199.00 $3,599.00
Beautiful and bright Karen Bird, My Country Aboriginal Artwork that will transform any living area or bedroom! Karen is a highly sought after artist and her biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1900 x 650 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Bessie Pitjara Petyarre “Bush Plum” 2100 x 850 Aboriginal Art Bessie Pitjara Petyarre “Bush Plum” 2100 x 850 Aboriginal Art
Bessie Pitjara Petyarre “Bush Plum” 2100 x 850 Aboriginal Art $2,398.00 $3,999.00
Stunning and original Bessie Pitjara Painting! This painting utilises a striking palette of the native bush plum in Bessie’s country in a traditional but contemporary palette. This painting will add class and life to your living room, bedroom, or home office.  Bessie’s biography is detailed below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2100 x 850 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free and Fast Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Bessie Pitjara Bessie Pitjara, a highly regarded Australian Aboriginal artist, was born in the early 1940s in the Utopia region of Central Australia. She belonged to the Anmatyerre language group, and her ancestral connections played a significant role in shaping her artistic journey. Growing up in a close-knit community, Bessie developed a deep connection to her country and its rich cultural heritage. She was immersed in the traditional ways of her people, participating in ceremonies and learning ancestral stories. These early experiences instilled in her a profound appreciation for the natural beauty of the land, which would later become a central theme in her artwork.Bessie began her artistic career in the late 1970s, during a period of artistic revival in the Utopia region. She drew inspiration from the Dreamtime stories passed down through generations, translating them onto canvas using her unique artistic style. Bessie's paintings were characterized by intricate dot work and vibrant colors, capturing the essence of the Australian outback. Design inspiration Her artworks often depicted the natural elements of her country, including bush tucker (traditional food sources), native animals, and the diverse flora found in the arid landscape. The Bush Plum is a common style that Bessie draws on in her artworks, Bessie's skillful use of colour and intricate patterns created a sense of movement and energy, reflecting her deep connection to the land and its spiritual significance.As her career progressed, Bessie Pitjara's artwork gained recognition both nationally and internationally. Her pieces were exhibited in galleries and art institutions across Australia and featured in renowned exhibitions worldwide. Bessie's work resonated with audiences, offering a glimpse into the rich cultural traditions of Indigenous Australians and fostering a greater understanding of Aboriginal art. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Belinda Golder Kngwarreye “Bush Plum Dreaming” 1500 x 970 Aboriginal Art Belinda Golder Kngwarreye “Bush Plum Dreaming” 1500 x 970 Aboriginal Art
Belinda Golder Kngwarreye “Bush Plum Dreaming” 1500 x 970 Aboriginal Art $2,175.00 $3,499.00
Original Belinda Golder Kngwarreye Painting. This painting utilises a striking palette of the native bush plum in Belinda’s country. This painting will add class and warmth to your living room, bedroom, or home office.  Belinda’s biography is detailed below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1500 x 970 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free and Fast Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Belinda Golder Kngwarreye Belinda Golder Kngwarreye was born in the Central Australian town of Utopia in 1986. She is a young Anmatyerre artist that is on the rise. Belinda Pitjara is the daughter of Sammy Pitjara and Margaret Golder, and the sister of well-known artist Janet Golder Kngwarreye. Her grandpa, the late Kudditji Kngwarreye, was a well-known Kudditji Kngwarreye. Belinda is still a resident of Utopia and a budding artist in her own way. Design inspiration The Bush Plum is a common style that Belinda draws on in her artworks. Polly Ngale, Belinda's grandmother, is the "Bush Plum Dreaming's" senior custodian. You will note that Belinda uses a smaller stroke than that of her grandmother.  Bush Plum is a food source for the Aboriginal people of Utopia, in Central Australia's Eastern desert. In their ceremonies, the ladies pay homage with body paint, songlines, and dance cycles. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Jeannie Mills Pwerle,
Jeannie Mills Pwerle, "Bush Potatoes" 1520 x 970 Aboriginal Art $2,150.00 $3,499.00
Jeannie Mills Pwerle, eye-catching Bush Potatoes Artwork with stunning pink undertones! This painting is a great size that will fit most wall areas and looks great vertical or horizontal. Her bio is detailed below.  Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is posted rolled Sizing: 1520 x 970 Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. About Jeannie Mills Pwerle Jeannie Mills Pwerle born in 1965, is from the community of Utopia, 300 kilometers northeast of Alice Springs. Her traditional country is Irrwelty and Atnwengerrp and her mother and uncle, both famous artists, are Dolly Mills Petyarre and Greeny Purvis Petyarre. In her childhood, Jeannie was exposed to the success that Indigenous artists experienced as they experimented with acrylic on canvas. She inherited the Anaty (Desert Yam Bush Potato) technique that led to the development of her painting style. Design Inspiration Jeannie has developed her own unique style while still representing the bush yam from her country. The yam's remarkable root structure is represented by the linear work in Jeannie's artworks, while the seeds are represented by the dots. The Anaty have an ancient Dreamtime myth that artists are taught as they get older. Indigenous artists are able to pay homage to the Anaty and urge its continued renewal by representing it in their artwork. Jeannie's work is distinctive and instantly recognisable. Her paintings, with their many colour tones, create fascinating items in the home since their colours shift softly, deepen, or brighten with each nuance of ambient light. They are wonderful choices for those who enjoy colourful and modern interior design decor. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 2000 x 890 Aboriginal Art $2,199.00 $3,599.00
Beautiful and bright Karen Bird, My Country Aboriginal Artwork that will transform any living area or bedroom! Karen is a highly sought after artist and her biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 890 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Jeannie Mills Pwerle,
Jeannie Mills Pwerle, "Bush Potatoes" 1520 x 950 Aboriginal Art $2,099.00 $3,499.00
Absolutely stunning blues and greens in this Jeannie Mills Pwerle Artwork! This painting will transform any living space and be the statement piece of your living space. An authentic Aboriginal Artwork depicting the story of the "Bush Yam" or "Bush Potatoes" from Jeannie's country. Her bio is detailed below.  Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is posted rolled Sizing: 1520 x 950 Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. About Jeannie Mills Pwerle Jeannie Mills Pwerle born in 1965, is from the community of Utopia, 300 kilometers northeast of Alice Springs. Her traditional country is Irrwelty and Atnwengerrp and her mother and uncle, both famous artists, are Dolly Mills Petyarre and Greeny Purvis Petyarre. In her childhood, Jeannie was exposed to the success that Indigenous artists experienced as they experimented with acrylic on canvas. She inherited the Anaty (Desert Yam Bush Potato) technique that led to the development of her painting style. Design Inspiration Jeannie has developed her own unique style while still representing the bush yam from her country. The yam's remarkable root structure is represented by the linear work in Jeannie's artworks, while the seeds are represented by the dots. The Anaty have an ancient Dreamtime myth that artists are taught as they get older. Indigenous artists are able to pay homage to the Anaty and urge its continued renewal by representing it in their artwork. Jeannie's work is distinctive and instantly recognisable. Her paintings, with their many colour tones, create fascinating items in the home since their colours shift softly, deepen, or brighten with each nuance of ambient light. They are wonderful choices for those who enjoy colourful and modern interior design decor. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, Bush Medicine Leaves, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Artist, Art, Utopia art, gloria pitjara petyarre
Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, "Bush Medicine Leaves" 2030 x 1550 Aboriginal Art $2,497.00 $5,297.00
A large and bright addition to your home, office or warehouse! This signed Rosemary Pitjara Painting, is bright and eye catching and tells the story of "Bush Medicine Leaves". Rosemary's biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2030 x 1550 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre Born in 1945 and part of the outstanding Utopian artists, Rosemary commenced painting with acrylic on canvas in the 1980s.  Many of her family are accomplished artists including her sisters Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Evelyn Pultara, and brother Grenny Purvis Petyarre. Rosemary is the niece of the internationally acclaimed artist Emily Kngwarreye. Her art has featured in exhibitions in Europe and Australia. Design inspiration With her bush medicine leaf paintings, Rosemary has established herself as a skilled artist who shows both a sense of colour and movement in her works as the leaves dry in the wind. Her work is highly sought after because of her ability to capture a sense of movement, depth, and rhythm. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 1890 x 660 Aboriginal Art $2,175.00 $3,499.00
Beautiful and bright Karen Bird, My Country Aboriginal Artwork that will transform any living area or bedroom! Karen is a highly sought after artist and her biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1890 x 660 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, Bush Medicine Leaves, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Artist, Art, Utopia art, gloria pitjara petyarre Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, Bush Medicine Leaves, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Artist, Art, Utopia art, gloria pitjara petyarre, my country, storytelling, aboriginal
Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, "Bush Medicine Leaves" 2040 x 1490 Aboriginal Art $2,200.00 $4,997.00
A large and bright addition to your home, office or warehouse! This signed Rosemary Pitjara Painting, is bright and eye catching and tells the story of "Bush Medicine Leaves". Rosemary's biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2040 x 1490 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre Born in 1945 and part of the outstanding Utopian artists, Rosemary commenced painting with acrylic on canvas in the 1980s.  Many of her family are accomplished artists including her sisters Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Evelyn Pultara, and brother Grenny Purvis Petyarre. Rosemary is the niece of the internationally acclaimed artist Emily Kngwarreye. Her art has featured in exhibitions in Europe and Australia. Design inspiration With her bush medicine leaf paintings, Rosemary has established herself as a skilled artist who shows both a sense of colour and movement in her works as the leaves dry in the wind. Her work is highly sought after because of her ability to capture a sense of movement, depth, and rhythm. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Walala Tjpaltjarri, Walala Tjpaltjarri,
Walala Tjpaltjarri, "Tingari", 1560 x 960, Aboriginal Art $2,099.00 $2,999.00
Signed, Contemporary Painting from one of the last Nomads, Walala Tjpaltjarri. Perfect size to fit most living areas, this painting is both bright and sophisticated. Walala has utilised his well know style of rigid rectangles in this stunning artwork. This painting is already stretched on Canvas. Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Sizing: 1560 x 960 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee 3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  *Painting is currently stretched and will be unpicked and sent rolled.* Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. About Walala Tjpaltjarri Tjapaltjarri was born in the late 1960s or early 1970s. He was born in Malua near Lake Mackay. He grew up in the desert in a traditional nomadic lifestyle. His family had no exposure to modern European and Australian society. Walala's family are well-known as the last Aboriginal people living a traditional nomadic life in Australia. Walala started painting in December 1987, a few years after settling in Kiwirrkurra. He was introduced to painting by his cousin Warlimpirrnga. Walala joined the Papunya Tula artists and Thomas and Warlimpirnga and eventually achieved international fame as his Tjapaltjarri brothers.  Tjapaltjarri's early work was in the flowing "dot" style of painting typical of the Papunya Tula artists in the Northern Territory. His style became different during the late 1990s, and began to paint rigid rectangles, replacing dotted lines with thick, solid lines. In 1997, Walala has his first exhibition for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award in the Northern Territory.  His work has featured in my famous Aboriginal Artist collections in Australia, Europe and the United States. Tjapaltjarri paints the most out of the three Tjapaltjarri brothers and when painting regularly, he earns up to AU$2000 a day. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 1970 x 660 Aboriginal Art $2,175.00 $3,499.00
Beautiful and bright Karen Bird, My Country Aboriginal Artwork that will transform any living area or bedroom! Karen is a highly sought after artist and her biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1970 x 660 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 1990 x 1620 Aboriginal Art $3,987.00 $5,695.00
Large and stunning statement piece Aboriginal Artwork! This Karen Bird, "My Country" Artwork, depicting the story of Utopian country will absolutely transform your living area! You can check out more about Karen Bird Ngale below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Sizing: 1990 x 1620 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  *Painting is currently stretched and will be unpicked and sent rolled.* Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Gracie Morton Pwerle, Gracie Morton Pwerle,
Gracie Morton Pwerle, "Bush Plum" 1970 x 1300 Aboriginal Art $2,499.00 $3,999.00
Gracie Morton's most popular design, this Original Gracie Morton Pwerle Painting is absolutely striking earthy undertones. This painting depicts the 'Bush Plum Dreaming' from Gracie's country. Gracie's biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1970 x 1300 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Gracie Morton Pwerle Gracie Morton Pwerle, an esteemed Aboriginal artist, was born in the early 1910s in the Utopia region of Central Australia. She belonged to the Alyawarre and Anmatyerre language groups, and her ancestral connections played a significant role in shaping her artistic journey.Growing up in a close-knit community, Gracie was exposed to traditional Aboriginal culture, stories, and ceremonies. She developed a deep appreciation for the land, its vibrant colours, and the spiritual significance it held for her people. These early experiences laid the foundation for her artistic expression.Design inspirationGracie began painting in the late 1970s, during the emergence of the Utopia art movement. She was mentored by her aunt, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, an acclaimed artist who played a pivotal role in the development of contemporary Aboriginal art. Under Emily's guidance, Gracie honed her skills and found her unique artistic voice.Gracie's artwork is characterised by intricate dot paintings that depict her ancestral stories, including those of her clan and the Dreaming tracks that crisscross her country. She used a vivid colour palette, incorporating earthy tones and bold hues to capture the essence of the Australian outback. Gracie's paintings evoke a sense of spirituality, connecting the viewer to the ancient wisdom and traditions of her people.Throughout her career, Gracie Morton Pwerle's artworks gained widespread recognition and acclaim. Her pieces were exhibited in galleries across Australia and internationally, showcasing the richness and depth of Aboriginal art. Her work resonated with audiences, transcending cultural boundaries and fostering a greater understanding of Indigenous culture. Her paintings are regarded as significant cultural artefacts and have been collected by museums, galleries, and private collectors worldwide. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Bessie Pitjara Petyarre “Bush Plum” 940 x 880 Aboriginal Art Bessie Pitjara Petyarre “Bush Plum” 940 x 880 Aboriginal Art
Bessie Pitjara Petyarre “Bush Plum” 940 x 880 Aboriginal Art $1,387.00 $2,299.00
Original Bessie Pitjara Painting. This painting utilises a striking palette of the native bush plum in Bessie’s country. This painting will add class and warmth to your living room, bedroom, or home office.  Bessie’s biography is detailed below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 940 x 880 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free and Fast Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Bessie Pitjara Bessie Pitjara, a highly regarded Australian Aboriginal artist, was born in the early 1940s in the Utopia region of Central Australia. She belonged to the Anmatyerre language group, and her ancestral connections played a significant role in shaping her artistic journey. Growing up in a close-knit community, Bessie developed a deep connection to her country and its rich cultural heritage. She was immersed in the traditional ways of her people, participating in ceremonies and learning ancestral stories. These early experiences instilled in her a profound appreciation for the natural beauty of the land, which would later become a central theme in her artwork.Bessie began her artistic career in the late 1970s, during a period of artistic revival in the Utopia region. She drew inspiration from the Dreamtime stories passed down through generations, translating them onto canvas using her unique artistic style. Bessie's paintings were characterized by intricate dot work and vibrant colors, capturing the essence of the Australian outback. Design inspiration Her artworks often depicted the natural elements of her country, including bush tucker (traditional food sources), native animals, and the diverse flora found in the arid landscape. The Bush Plum is a common style that Bessie draws on in her artworks, Bessie's skillful use of colour and intricate patterns created a sense of movement and energy, reflecting her deep connection to the land and its spiritual significance.As her career progressed, Bessie Pitjara's artwork gained recognition both nationally and internationally. Her pieces were exhibited in galleries and art institutions across Australia and featured in renowned exhibitions worldwide. Bessie's work resonated with audiences, offering a glimpse into the rich cultural traditions of Indigenous Australians and fostering a greater understanding of Aboriginal art. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Jeannie Mills Pwerle,
Jeannie Mills Pwerle, "Bush Potatoes" 1520 x 940 Aboriginal Art $2,099.00 $3,499.00
Absolutely stunning greens and blues in this Jeannie Mills Pwerle Artwork! This painting will transform any living space and be the statement piece of your living space. An authentic Aboriginal Artwork depicting the story of the "Bush Yam" or "Bush Potatoes" from Jeannie's country. Her bio is detailed below.  Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is posted rolled Sizing: 1520 x 940 Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. About Jeannie Mills Pwerle Jeannie Mills Pwerle born in 1965, is from the community of Utopia, 300 kilometers northeast of Alice Springs. Her traditional country is Irrwelty and Atnwengerrp and her mother and uncle, both famous artists, are Dolly Mills Petyarre and Greeny Purvis Petyarre. In her childhood, Jeannie was exposed to the success that Indigenous artists experienced as they experimented with acrylic on canvas. She inherited the Anaty (Desert Yam Bush Potato) technique that led to the development of her painting style. Design Inspiration Jeannie has developed her own unique style while still representing the bush yam from her country. The yam's remarkable root structure is represented by the linear work in Jeannie's artworks, while the seeds are represented by the dots. The Anaty have an ancient Dreamtime myth that artists are taught as they get older. Indigenous artists are able to pay homage to the Anaty and urge its continued renewal by representing it in their artwork. Jeannie's work is distinctive and instantly recognisable. Her paintings, with their many colour tones, create fascinating items in the home since their colours shift softly, deepen, or brighten with each nuance of ambient light. They are wonderful choices for those who enjoy colourful and modern interior design decor. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Jedda Purvis, Aboriginal Art, Bush Tucker, Uptopian Artist, Utopia Art, Aboriginal Artist, Indigenous Artist, Indigenous Art, Fine Art, Pencil Yam Jedda Purvis, Aboriginal Art, Bush Tucker, Uptopian Artist, Utopia Art, Aboriginal Artist, Indigenous Artist, Indigenous Art, Fine Art, Pencil Yam
Jedda Purvis Kngwarreye "Pencil Yam Seed" 2000 x 1500 Aboriginal Art $3,200.00 $4,499.00
This original and large stunning piece has soft undertones of the rainbow with purple being the most dominant reflection. A story of the "Pencil Yam Seed" this painting is absolutely captivating and an Aboriginal story design that is popular to own among fine art collectors. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1500 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun).   About Jedda Purvis Kngwarreye Jedda is the daughter of Greeny Purvis Petyarre (sadly passed in the early 2000s) Kathleen Purvis Kemarre who are both well-known Utopian Artists.  Greeny is the senior custodian for Alhlkere country and one of Utopia’s finest and world-famous artists. Jedda and her sisters Judy, Maureen, and Jennifer all have been artists for years. Jedda comes from a region well known for producing some of the most highly collectible and well-known Aboriginal artists, including her aunt, the famous, Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Design Inspiration Utilising a mix of contemporary and traditional design, Jeddas design’s subjects often include Kame (pencil yam seed) Dreaming. The colourful dots Jedda uses in her designs represent the Kame seeds of the pencil yam. The fine, flowing patterns they create are demonstrative of the importance of this bush food for their people. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre,
Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, "Bush Medicine Leaves" 1920 x 1140 Aboriginal Art $2,299.00 $3,497.00
Soft and striking compliment to your living or office space! This signed Rosemary Pitjara Painting, with soft neutral tones that mesmerise the eye, this painting tells the story of "Bush Medicine Leaves". The size of this painting is also a popular sizing for a lot of our customers. Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1920 x 1140 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Rosemary Petyarre Born in 1945 and part of the outstanding Utopian artists, Rosemary commenced painting with acrylic on canvas in the 1980s.  Many of her family are accomplished artists including her sisters Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Evelyn Pultara, and brother Grenny Purvis Petyarre. Rosemary is the niece of the internationally acclaimed artist Emily Kngwarreye. Her art has featured in exhibitions in Europe and Australia. Design inspiration With her bush medicine leaf paintings, Rosemary has established herself as a skilled artist who shows both a sense of colour and movement in her works as the leaves dry in the wind. Her work is highly sought after because of her ability to capture a sense of movement, depth, and rhythm. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Polly Ngale Kngwarreye, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Decorate Me Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Art Gallery Polly Ngale Kngwarreye, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Decorate Me Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Art Gallery
Polly Ngale, "Bush Plum (Arnwetky) Dreamings" 2000 x 1500 $6,000.00 $7,000.00
Rare to find, this Polly Ngale Painting is highly sought after and will not last long. Beautiful blue and purple tones, this painting tells the story of "Bush Plum (Arnwetky) Dreamings".  The late Polly's biography is listed below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1500 Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. picture taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Polly Ngale Polly is from the Anmatyarre tribe and was born in the 1940s, a well sought after Aboriginal Artist and sadly passed away in August 2022. Often assisting her sister Kathleen as well as the late Emily Kngwarreye Kame with whom she resided in the same country, Polly's artistic career began in silk batiks like that of many women in Utopia before moving onto acrylic paints on canvas.  Polly's art has featured in collections and exhibitions across the world including the USA, Europe, and Australia. Design Inspiration Polly, along with her sisters is the senior custodian of the ‘Bush Plum’ (Arnwekety) Dreaming.  Polly’s designs captivate the bush plum and its interaction with her country. You will note her style builds up upon a layer of colour displaying a multi-dimensional effect that is absolutely mesmerising. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 2000 x 890 Aboriginal Art Bright $2,199.00 $3,599.00
Eye catching with a bright and complimentary palette! This Karen Bird, My Country Aboriginal Artwork  will transform any living area or bedroom! Karen is a highly sought after artist and her biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 890 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Margaret Scobie “Bush Medicine Leaves” 980 x 920 Aboriginal Art Margaret Scobie “Bush Medicine Leaves” 980 x 920 Aboriginal Art
Margaret Scobie “Bush Medicine Leaves” 980 x 920 Aboriginal Art $1,198.00 $1,799.00
Looking to bring life to your living space? This authentic artwork is an investment piece and with its neutral palette will go well with any styling and home décor. Margaret's biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1520 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free and Fast Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Margaret Scobie Born in 1948 in Woola Downs (Northern Territory), Margaret is a senior woman in Utopia and speaks Anmatyerre. Many of her family are famous and internationally renowned artists. Due to Margaret’s experience and seniority, her paintings are sought after internationally and command a high ticket price as they are a true investment. Design Inspiration Margaret’s paintings often include the Bush Medicine Leaves which is part of Tjukurppa Dreamtime. Margaret’s cousin Gloria Petyarre a very famous utopian artist also painted bush medicine leaves designs however you will note Margaret’s designs feature a finer bush medicine leaf. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Janet Golder Kngwarreye, my country, healing leaves, bush medicine, Yam Dreaming, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush leaves, fine art, Utopia Artist Janet Golder Kngwarreye,  my country, healing leaves, bush medicine, Yam Dreaming, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush leaves, fine art, Utopia Artist
Janet Golder Kngwarreye, "My Country" 930 x 900 $999.00 $1,750.00
Looking for a fun and lively artwork to brighten your home? Signed Janet Golder Kngwarreye Painting. This "My Country" painting truly takes the soul on a journey! The intricate detail in this artwork will bring life to any living area. Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 930 x 900 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  7 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Janet Golder Kngwarreye Janet Golder Kngwarreye, the daughter of Margaret Golder and Sammy Pitjara, was born on November 15, 1973. Janet is an Anmatyerre woman from Central Australia's Utopia region. She grew up in the Utopia region's Mulga Bore, surrounded by her family and clan. Utopia is known for supporting and developing very brilliant Aboriginal artists, such as Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Janet's grandfather is Old Henry Pitjara, and her grandmothers are well-known artists Angelina Ngale and Polly Ngale. Janet has participated in several abroad group exhibitions as a result of her work with several Australian art galleries, and some of her work is part of the Mbantua Gallery's permanent collection. Design Inspiration Janet is an outstanding artist in her own right and her designs primarily represent "Awelye," or ceremonial body paint, with delicate dot work and linear designs. Her paintings are vibrant and imaginative, bringing her own unique perspective to these Dreamtime tales that have been popularised by Utopian artists since the 1980s during the Utopian art movement. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Marlene Young, Marlene Young,
Marlene Young, "Women's Ceremony" 2020 x 1180 Aboriginal Art $3,255.00 $4,650.00
This bright and cultural Aboriginal Artwork by Marlene Young is certain to be the centrepiece of any living area! Utilising an earthy palette this painting tells the story of Marlene's country including imagery of ceremonies and storytelling from her ancestors. More details about Marlene below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Sizing: 2020 x 1180 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free and Fast Shipping Australia Wide *Painting is currently stretched and will be unpicked and sent rolled.* Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Marlene Young Nungurrayi In 1970, Marlene Young Nungurrayi was born. Her tribe is Pintupi, Tommy Lowry Tjapaltjarri is her biological father, and her adopted father is the well-known Doctor George Tjapaltjarri. These relatives are linked to a number of well-known musicians, including Nosepeg Tjupurrula, Fred Ward Tjungurrayi, and Turkey Tolson. Marlene's work has been featured in national exhibitions across Australia, and her work is kept in private collections both here and internationally. Design Inspiration Marlene's traditional style paintings are highly sought after as they portray her land and sacred women's locations between her native communities. At these spots, her people would have major ceremonies and recount stories about their ancestors who would stop to rest, sing, and dance. Marlene's colour choices pay homage to the more traditional pigments used for ground designs and body adornment, which are occasionally flecked with colour. Her sense of design and movement demonstrates the tight relationship between painted imagery and the natural world. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at  info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Gracie Morton Pwerle, Gracie Morton Pwerle,
Gracie Morton Pwerle, "Bush Plum" 1990 x 1100 Aboriginal Art $2,564.00 $3,999.00
Gracie Morton's most popular design, this Original Gracie Morton Pwerle Painting is absolutely striking with blue undertones. This painting depicts the 'Bush Plum' from Gracie's country. Gracie's biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1990 x 1100 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Gracie Morton Pwerle Gracie Morton Pwerle, an esteemed Aboriginal artist, was born in the early 1910s in the Utopia region of Central Australia. She belonged to the Alyawarre and Anmatyerre language groups, and her ancestral connections played a significant role in shaping her artistic journey.Growing up in a close-knit community, Gracie was exposed to traditional Aboriginal culture, stories, and ceremonies. She developed a deep appreciation for the land, its vibrant colours, and the spiritual significance it held for her people. These early experiences laid the foundation for her artistic expression.Design inspirationGracie began painting in the late 1970s, during the emergence of the Utopia art movement. She was mentored by her aunt, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, an acclaimed artist who played a pivotal role in the development of contemporary Aboriginal art. Under Emily's guidance, Gracie honed her skills and found her unique artistic voice.Gracie's artwork is characterised by intricate dot paintings that depict her ancestral stories, including those of her clan and the Dreaming tracks that crisscross her country. She used a vivid colour palette, incorporating earthy tones and bold hues to capture the essence of the Australian outback. Gracie's paintings evoke a sense of spirituality, connecting the viewer to the ancient wisdom and traditions of her people.Throughout her career, Gracie Morton Pwerle's artworks gained widespread recognition and acclaim. Her pieces were exhibited in galleries across Australia and internationally, showcasing the richness and depth of Aboriginal art. Her work resonated with audiences, transcending cultural boundaries and fostering a greater understanding of Indigenous culture. Her paintings are regarded as significant cultural artefacts and have been collected by museums, galleries, and private collectors worldwide. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Jeannie Mills Pwerle,
Jeannie Mills Pwerle, "Bush Potatoes" 1920 x 940 Aboriginal Art $2,150.00 $3,499.00
This Jeannie Mills Pwerle paintings is absolutely breathtaking! This painting will transform any living space and be the statement piece of your living space. An authentic Aboriginal Artwork depicting the story of the "Bush Yam" or "Bush Potatoes" from Jeannie's country. Her bio is detailed below.  Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is posted rolled Sizing: 1920 x 940 Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. About Jeannie Mills Pwerle Jeannie Mills Pwerle born in 1965, is from the community of Utopia, 300 kilometers northeast of Alice Springs. Her traditional country is Irrwelty and Atnwengerrp and her mother and uncle, both famous artists, are Dolly Mills Petyarre and Greeny Purvis Petyarre. In her childhood, Jeannie was exposed to the success that Indigenous artists experienced as they experimented with acrylic on canvas. She inherited the Anaty (Desert Yam Bush Potato) technique that led to the development of her painting style. Design Inspiration Jeannie has developed her own unique style while still representing the bush yam from her country. The yam's remarkable root structure is represented by the linear work in Jeannie's artworks, while the seeds are represented by the dots. The Anaty have an ancient Dreamtime myth that artists are taught as they get older. Indigenous artists are able to pay homage to the Anaty and urge its continued renewal by representing it in their artwork. Jeannie's work is distinctive and instantly recognisable. Her paintings, with their many colour tones, create fascinating items in the home since their colours shift softly, deepen, or brighten with each nuance of ambient light. They are wonderful choices for those who enjoy colourful and modern interior design decor. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre,
Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, "Bush Medicine Leaves" 960 x 830 Aboriginal Art $998.00 $2,200.00
This is the perfect size to add a splash of colour to your home! This signed Rosemary Pitjara Painting, is bright and eye catching and tells the story of "Bush Medicine Leaves". Rosemary's biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 960 x 830 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  7 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Rosemary Petyarre Born in 1945 and part of the outstanding Utopian artists, Rosemary commenced painting with acrylic on canvas in the 1980s.  Many of her family are accomplished artists including her sisters Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Evelyn Pultara, and brother Grenny Purvis Petyarre. Rosemary is the niece of the internationally acclaimed artist Emily Kngwarreye. Her art has featured in exhibitions in Europe and Australia. Design inspiration With her bush medicine leaf paintings, Rosemary has established herself as a skilled artist who shows both a sense of colour and movement in her works as the leaves dry in the wind. Her work is highly sought after because of her ability to capture a sense of movement, depth, and rhythm. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 1900 x 650 Aboriginal Art $2,099.00 $3,399.00
Beautiful and bright Karen Bird, My Country Aboriginal Artwork that will transform any living area or bedroom! Karen is a highly sought after artist and her biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1900 x 650 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Gracie Morton Pwerle, Gracie Morton Pwerle,
Gracie Morton Pwerle, "Bush Plum" 1992 x 950 Aboriginal Art $2,320.00 $3,499.00
This Original Gracie Morton Pwerle Painting is traditional Aboriginal Artwork that will compliment any living area! This painting depicts the 'Bush Plum' from Gracie's country. Gracie's biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1992 x 950 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Gracie Morton Pwerle Gracie Morton Pwerle, an esteemed Aboriginal artist, was born in the early 1910s in the Utopia region of Central Australia. She belonged to the Alyawarre and Anmatyerre language groups, and her ancestral connections played a significant role in shaping her artistic journey.Growing up in a close-knit community, Gracie was exposed to traditional Aboriginal culture, stories, and ceremonies. She developed a deep appreciation for the land, its vibrant colours, and the spiritual significance it held for her people. These early experiences laid the foundation for her artistic expression.Design inspirationGracie began painting in the late 1970s, during the emergence of the Utopia art movement. She was mentored by her aunt, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, an acclaimed artist who played a pivotal role in the development of contemporary Aboriginal art. Under Emily's guidance, Gracie honed her skills and found her unique artistic voice.Gracie's artwork is characterised by intricate dot paintings that depict her ancestral stories, including those of her clan and the Dreaming tracks that crisscross her country. She used a vivid colour palette, incorporating earthy tones and bold hues to capture the essence of the Australian outback. Gracie's paintings evoke a sense of spirituality, connecting the viewer to the ancient wisdom and traditions of her people.Throughout her career, Gracie Morton Pwerle's artworks gained widespread recognition and acclaim. Her pieces were exhibited in galleries across Australia and internationally, showcasing the richness and depth of Aboriginal art. Her work resonated with audiences, transcending cultural boundaries and fostering a greater understanding of Indigenous culture. Her paintings are regarded as significant cultural artefacts and have been collected by museums, galleries, and private collectors worldwide. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre,
Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, "Bush Medicine Leaves" 2030 x 950 Aboriginal Art $2,200.00 $4,297.00
This Light Blue Palette, has an amazing Coastal and Hamptons Vibe!  Signed by Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre and with strong blue and pastel tones that mesmerise the eye, this painting tells the story of "Bush Medicine Leaves". The size of this painting is also a popular sizing for a lot of our customers. Rosemary's biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2030 x 950 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  7 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Rosemary Petyarre Born in 1945 and part of the outstanding Utopian artists, Rosemary commenced painting with acrylic on canvas in the 1980s.  Many of her family are accomplished artists including her sisters Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Evelyn Pultara, and brother Grenny Purvis Petyarre. Rosemary is the niece of the internationally acclaimed artist Emily Kngwarreye. Her art has featured in exhibitions in Europe and Australia. Design inspiration With her bush medicine leaf paintings, Rosemary has established herself as a skilled artist who shows both a sense of colour and movement in her works as the leaves dry in the wind. Her work is highly sought after because of her ability to capture a sense of movement, depth, and rhythm. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre aboriginal art, aboriginal painting Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre,
Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, "Bush Medicine Leaves" 1870 x 1140 Aboriginal Art $1,987.00 $3,497.00
Beautiful blues and a great size for most living and office spaces! This signed Rosemary Pitjara Painting, with strong blue tones that mesmerise the eye, this painting tells the story of "Bush Medicine Leaves". The size of this painting is also a popular sizing for a lot of our customers. Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1870 x 1140 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Rosemary Petyarre Born in 1945 and part of the outstanding Utopian artists, Rosemary commenced painting with acrylic on canvas in the 1980s.  Many of her family are accomplished artists including her sisters Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Evelyn Pultara, and brother Grenny Purvis Petyarre. Rosemary is the niece of the internationally acclaimed artist Emily Kngwarreye. Her art has featured in exhibitions in Europe and Australia. Design inspiration With her bush medicine leaf paintings, Rosemary has established herself as a skilled artist who shows both a sense of colour and movement in her works as the leaves dry in the wind. Her work is highly sought after because of her ability to capture a sense of movement, depth, and rhythm. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Gracie Morton Pwerle, Gracie Morton Pwerle,
Gracie Morton Pwerle, "Bush Plum" 1300 x 950 Aboriginal Art $1,897.00 $2,999.00
This Original Gracie Morton Pwerle Painting is both traditional and contemporary. With an earthy tone palette this painting depicts the 'Bush Plum' from Gracie's country. Gracie's biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1300 x 950 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Gracie Morton Pwerle Gracie Morton Pwerle, an esteemed Aboriginal artist, was born in the early 1910s in the Utopia region of Central Australia. She belonged to the Alyawarre and Anmatyerre language groups, and her ancestral connections played a significant role in shaping her artistic journey.Growing up in a close-knit community, Gracie was exposed to traditional Aboriginal culture, stories, and ceremonies. She developed a deep appreciation for the land, its vibrant colours, and the spiritual significance it held for her people. These early experiences laid the foundation for her artistic expression.Design inspirationGracie began painting in the late 1970s, during the emergence of the Utopia art movement. She was mentored by her aunt, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, an acclaimed artist who played a pivotal role in the development of contemporary Aboriginal art. Under Emily's guidance, Gracie honed her skills and found her unique artistic voice.Gracie's artwork is characterised by intricate dot paintings that depict her ancestral stories, including those of her clan and the Dreaming tracks that crisscross her country. She used a vivid colour palette, incorporating earthy tones and bold hues to capture the essence of the Australian outback. Gracie's paintings evoke a sense of spirituality, connecting the viewer to the ancient wisdom and traditions of her people.Throughout her career, Gracie Morton Pwerle's artworks gained widespread recognition and acclaim. Her pieces were exhibited in galleries across Australia and internationally, showcasing the richness and depth of Aboriginal art. Her work resonated with audiences, transcending cultural boundaries and fostering a greater understanding of Indigenous culture. Her paintings are regarded as significant cultural artefacts and have been collected by museums, galleries, and private collectors worldwide. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre,
Rosemary Pitjara Petyarre, "Bush Medicine Leaves" 960 x 870 Aboriginal Art $998.00 $2,200.00
This is the perfect size to add a splash of green to your home! This signed Rosemary Pitjara Painting, is bright and eye catching and tells the story of "Bush Medicine Leaves". Rosemary's biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 960 x 870 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Rosemary Petyarre Born in 1945 and part of the outstanding Utopian artists, Rosemary commenced painting with acrylic on canvas in the 1980s.  Many of her family are accomplished artists including her sisters Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Evelyn Pultara, and brother Grenny Purvis Petyarre. Rosemary is the niece of the internationally acclaimed artist Emily Kngwarreye. Her art has featured in exhibitions in Europe and Australia. Design inspiration With her bush medicine leaf paintings, Rosemary has established herself as a skilled artist who shows both a sense of colour and movement in her works as the leaves dry in the wind. Her work is highly sought after because of her ability to capture a sense of movement, depth, and rhythm. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "Bush Tucker" 2000 x 900 Aboriginal Art $2,099.00 $3,395.00
This signed Karen Bird Aboriginal Art tells the story of "Bush Tucker". With strong and bright colours that work well together and captivate the eye, her designs are only available to a select few. Her Aboriginal Artworks sell fast, do not miss out! Karen's bio is below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 900 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting.   About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Karen Bird, Karen Bird,
Karen Bird, "My Country" 960 x 890 Aboriginal Art $1,799.00 $2,699.00
This Karen Bird, "My Country" Artwork is a perfect size for most living areas and in a stunning colour palette, this painting tells the story of Karen's land and country! You can check out more about Karen Bird Ngale below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Sizing: 960 x 890 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  *Painting is currently stretched and will be unpicked and sent rolled.* Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Karen Bird Born in 1984 Karen is a young and aspiring female artist whose artworks are highly sought after.  A descendant of the world-famous Utopian artist family and a significant Aboriginal Artist.  Her father was a senior elder for Ilkawerne country and a well-established Utopian Artist (Lindsay Bird). Karen’s artworks have featured in exhibitions across Australia and in the USA. Design Inspiration Karen’s designs are well-known to depict Dreamtime stories that include, ‘Awelye’ (Women’s ceremony and Body Paint Designs) as well as ‘Alpar’(rat-tail plant) and ‘Bush Tucker'. Her paintings display brilliant and bright colours and designs that capture important features of her homeland. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
Janet Golder Kngwarreye, Janet Golder Kngwarreye,
Janet Golder Kngwarreye, "Medicine Leaves, " 1980 x 1280, Aboriginal Art $3,450.00
Looking for a fun and lively artwork to brighten your home? Signed Janet Golder Kngwarreye Painting. This "My Country" painting truly takes the soul on a journey! The intricate detail in this artwork will bring life to any living area. This painting is already stretched on Canvas. Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Sizing: 1980 x 1280 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide *Painting is currently stretched and will be unpicked and sent rolled.* Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. Delivery Details for Stretched Paintings You will note from the video that this painting is already stretched on canvas. We courier our paintings via Pack and Send and therefore we charge a flat fee of $500 shipping across Australia for stretched paintings. However, you will not need to pay for getting your painting stretched when you receive it and so the cost for customers evens out. If you have any questions we would be happy to discuss further at info@decorateme.com.au  About Janet Golder Kngwarreye Janet Golder Kngwarreye, the daughter of Margaret Golder and Sammy Pitjara, was born on November 15, 1973. Janet is an Anmatyerre woman from Central Australia's Utopia region. She grew up in the Utopia region's Mulga Bore, surrounded by her family and clan. Utopia is known for supporting and developing very brilliant Aboriginal artists, such as Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Janet's grandfather is Old Henry Pitjara, and her grandmothers are well-known artists Angelina Ngale and Polly Ngale. Janet has participated in several abroad group exhibitions as a result of her work with several Australian art galleries, and some of her work is part of the Mbantua Gallery's permanent collection. Design Inspiration Janet is an outstanding artist in her own right and her designs primarily represent "Awelye," or ceremonial body paint, with delicate dot work and linear designs. Her paintings are vibrant and imaginative, bringing her own unique perspective to these Dreamtime tales that have been popularised by Utopian artists since the 1980s during the Utopian art movement. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Belinda Golder Kngwarreye, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Artist, Bush plum dreaming, bush tucker, indigenous art, utopia, polly ngale Belinda Golder Kngwarreye, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Artist, Bush plum dreaming, bush tucker, indigenous art, utopia, polly ngale
Belinda Golder Kngwarreye “Bush Plum Dreaming” 2030 x 1190 Aboriginal Art $1,999.00 $4,490.00
Original Belinda Golder Kngwarreye Painting. This painting utilises fine strokes which depict the brilliant and earthy tones of the native bush plum in Belinda’s country. This painting is subtle, yet striking and will add class to your living room, bedroom, or home office.  Belinda’s biography is detailed below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2030 x 1190 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  7 day money-back guarantee Free and Fast Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Belinda Golder Kngwarreye Belinda Golder Kngwarreye was born in the Central Australian town of Utopia in 1986. She is a young Anmatyerre artist that is on the rise. Belinda Pitjara is the daughter of Sammy Pitjara and Margaret Golder, and the sister of well-known artist Janet Golder Kngwarreye. Her grandpa, the late Kudditji Kngwarreye, was a well-known Kudditji Kngwarreye. Belinda is still a resident of Utopia and a budding artist in her own way. Design inspiration The Bush Plum is a common style that Belinda draws on in her artworks. Polly Ngale, Belinda's grandmother, is the "Bush Plum Dreaming's" senior custodian. You will note that Belinda uses a smaller stroke than that of her grandmother.  Bush Plum is a food source for the Aboriginal people of Utopia, in Central Australia's Eastern desert. In their ceremonies, the ladies pay homage with body paint, songlines, and dance cycles. For our Aboriginal Art Frequently Asked Questions, please visit our Help Centre.  To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Janet Golder Kngwarreye, Janet Golder Kngwarreye,
Janet Golder Kngwarreye, "Bush Tucker", 2030 x 1540, Aboriginal Art $3,499.00 $5,695.00
Looking for a fun and lively artwork to brighten your home? Signed Janet Golder Kngwarreye Painting. This "My Country" painting truly takes the soul on a journey! The intricate detail in this artwork will bring life to any living area. This painting is already stretched on Canvas. Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Sizing: 2030 x 1540 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee 3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  *Painting is currently stretched and will be unpicked and sent rolled.* Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. About Janet Golder Kngwarreye Janet Golder Kngwarreye, the daughter of Margaret Golder and Sammy Pitjara, was born on November 15, 1973. Janet is an Anmatyerre woman from Central Australia's Utopia region. She grew up in the Utopia region's Mulga Bore, surrounded by her family and clan. Utopia is known for supporting and developing very brilliant Aboriginal artists, such as Emily Kame Kngwarreye. Janet's grandfather is Old Henry Pitjara, and her grandmothers are well-known artists Angelina Ngale and Polly Ngale. Janet has participated in several abroad group exhibitions as a result of her work with several Australian art galleries, and some of her work is part of the Mbantua Gallery's permanent collection. Design Inspiration Janet is an outstanding artist in her own right and her designs primarily represent "Awelye," or ceremonial body paint, with delicate dot work and linear designs. Her paintings are vibrant and imaginative, bringing her own unique perspective to these Dreamtime tales that have been popularised by Utopian artists since the 1980s during the Utopian art movement. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi, Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi,
Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi, "My Country" 2840 x 2000 Aboriginal Art $14,997.00
Highly sought after Aboriginal Artist, Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi , "My Country" painting is grand in size, absolutely stunning and a true Collectors item! Proof of Work pictures and videos included. Check them out as well as Bob's biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Sizing: 2840 x 2000 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping within Australia  *Painting is currently stretched and will be unpicked and sent rolled.* Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting (i.e. pictures taken inside vs. outside in the sun). About Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi, the son of renowned artist Mary Gibson, was born in Papunya. He relocated to Tjukurla with his family in the late 1980s during the homelands movement.In a vivid and innovative exploration of colour and shape, his distinctive and striking work embodies his country. He takes pleasure in relating tales from his mother's native Kulkurta country and his father's native Patjarr country.Design Inspiration Bob is one of the most sought-after Aboriginal Artists in the contemporary art world thanks to his vibrant, colourful works and cultural stories. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.
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Jeannie Pitjara Petyarre, Bush Medicine Leaves, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Utopia Art Jeannie Pitjara Petyarre, Bush Medicine Leaves, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Utopia Art
Jeannie Pitjara Petyarre, "Bush Medicine Leaves" 1500 x 900 $1,699.00 $2,997.00
Signed Jeannie Pitjara Petyarre Painting. Stunning and bright this painting tells the story of "Bush Medicine Leaves". Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on linen canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1500 x 900 Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  3 day money-back guarantee Free Shipping Australia Wide Please note that the paintings' colours vary in different lighting and the pictures displayed are photos of the painting. Stretching Options If you would like your painting to be stretched before postage please contact us via info@decorateme.com.au after purchasing for a stretching quote. About Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara) One of Central Art's most popular artists, Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara) was born in 1951 in the small Aboriginal outstation of Boundary Bore in the Utopia region of Central Australia. She comes from a legendary family of famous Aboriginal artists.  She is the niece of the great Emily Kame Kngwarreye and her sister with similar art designs is Rosemary Petyarre (Pitjara). Jeannie not only is blessed with a talented family to support her artistic development, but she is also a native of a beautiful country to find inspiration from when creating her artworks.  Like many of the women from Utopia, Jeannie became acquainted with modern art through the community projects in Utopia that occurred in the late 1970s and 80s.  Through their first community project, "Utopia: A Picture Story," Utopia emerged as an artistic community and it was at this time where the women learned about silk batiks. Jeannie’s art has featured in well-known art exhibitions across Asia, the USA, Europe, the Middle East, and Australia.  Her art is also featured in the National Gallery of Australia. Design Inspiration Passed down from her father’s side, the story of “Yam Dreaming” underpins many of Jeannie’s artworks.  In the paintings, you will see her highlight various stages of the plants' growth and parts including the seed, leaf, and flower.  The yam plant is vital medicine for Aboriginal People and hence, many of Jeannie’s artworks are titled, “Bush Medicine Leaves”. To speak with one of our friendly staff leave a message via our online chat or email us at info@decorateme.com.au. Decorate Me believes in the ethical sourcing of Aboriginal Art and pays respect to the first peoples of Australia.

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