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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 $3,816.50 $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  14-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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Polly Ngale, Bush Plum, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush medicine, Aboriginal Art Polly Ngale, Bush Plum, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush medicine, Aboriginal Art
Polly Ngale, "Bush Plum (Arnwetky) Dreamings" 2000 x 1500 $6,650.00 $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".  Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1500 Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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. 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. 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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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 "Pencil Yam Seed" 2000 x 1500 Aboriginal Art $4,050.00 $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  14-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 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. 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, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Women's Ceremony, Utopia Art, My Country Karen Bird, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Women's Ceremony, Utopia Art, My Country
Karen Bird, "My Country" 2000 x 1300 Aboriginal Art $3,999.00 $4,299.00
Karen Bird Ngale is a sought-after up-and-coming Aboriginal Artist and her paintings are in high demand. This latest design is grand in size and tells the story of Karen's country and is titled "My Country". This eye-catching artwork will bring any dull living space to life with a smorgasbord of patterns and colours. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1300 (approx) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 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. 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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Joy Pitjara Petyarre, Aboriginal Painting, Indigenous Painting, Dot Painting, Contemporary Art, Utopia Art, Northern territory, Bush tucker, dreamtime Joy Pitjara Petyarre, Aboriginal Painting, Indigenous Painting, Dot Painting, Contemporary Art, Utopia Art, Northern territory, Bush tucker, dreamtime
Joy Pitjara (Petyarre) “Bush Plum Dreaming” 1530 x 950 Aboriginal Art $1,185.75 $1,395.00
Signed and authentic Joy Pitjara (Petyarre) Aboriginal Artwork from Utopia. This traditional dot painting also has a contemporary feel with its sharp design and colours. You really need to look at the detail in this painting to appreciate the time and effort Joy puts into her designs. Please see Joy's biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1530 x 950 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Joy Pitjara (Petyarre) Joy is from Alhalkere Country in Central Australia's Utopia region, where she was born in 1965. Joy was one of the first Utopian women to work with Batik, and her work is featured in Robert Holmes 'Utopia – A Picture Story Court Collection. Joy transitioned from batik to canvas painting in 1999. Her stories about the Pencil Yam and women's ceremonial Dreaming stories have made her famous. Design inspiration Joy’s designs are influenced by the history of the Utopian Artists which includes designs based on the pencil yam, one of the most frequent bush foods. It is a thin and twining shrub with yellow pea blooms that bloom all year long. The pencil yam comes in two varieties, each of which is native to a different part of the world. You will note that Joy’s designs utilise intricate dot painting style which is very time-consuming but has an outstanding result. 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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Louise Daniels Nampitjinpa, bush tucker dreaming, aboriginal art, Indigenous Artist, Utopia Art Louise Daniels Nampitjinpa, bush tucker dreaming, aboriginal art, Indigenous Artist, Utopia Art
Louise Daniels Nampitjinpa “Bush Tucker Dreaming” 1960 x 1000 Aboriginal Art $1,699.15 $1,999.00
In earthy tones, this traditional painting is influenced by the bush of Utopia in Central Australia. This signed and authentic painting will go with any décor due to its natural palette. Information regarding Louise is detailed below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1960 x 1000 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Louise Daniels and her design inspiration Louise’s artwork has been featured in an art exhibition in Fremantle, Victoria.  She is a younger Utopian Artist and is known for paintings that tell the story of bush medicine, bush seeds, and bush tucker dreaming. 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, healing leaves, bush medicine, Yam Dreaming, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush leaves, fine art Rosemary Pitjara, healing leaves, bush medicine, Yam Dreaming, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush leaves, fine art
Rosemary Pitjara, "Bush Leaves Medicine" 2000 x 1500 Aboriginal Art $4,497.30 $4,997.00
Looking for a true statement piece?  This signed Rosemary Pitjara Painting, with strong blue tones that mesmerize the eye, this painting tells the story of "Bush Leaves Medicine". Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1500 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Womens Ceremony, Utopia Art Karen Bird, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Womens Ceremony, Utopia Art
Karen Bird, "Women's Ceremony" 2000 x 1100 Aboriginal Art $4,099.00
This signed Karen Bird Aboriginal Art tells the story of "Women's Ceremony". With beautiful 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 biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1100 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 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. 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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Roseanne Brown, My Country, Dreamtime, Aboriginal Art, Utopia Artist, Northern territory, bright colours baby bedroom, girls bedroom Roseanne Brown, My Country, Dreamtime, Aboriginal Art, Utopia Artist, Northern territory, bright colours baby bedroom, girls bedroom
Roseanne Brown "Awelye Atnwengerrp" 2000 x 880 Aboriginal Art $2,380.00 $2,799.00
Looking for a bright and happy artwork to transform your room? This authentic Aboriginal painting will bring a smile to any face and capture minds telling the story of Aboriginal Dreamtime. Roseanne’s biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 880 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Roseanne Brown Petyarre Born in the heart of Australia in 1992 Roseanne is an up-and-coming talented artist currently residing in Alice Springs, Northern Territory. Design Inspiration Roseanne’s designs reflect Aboriginal Dreamtime and her pictures often include the rock holes from her country. Roseanne’s designs are often very bright in colour and bring so much joy to the soul. 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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Melissa Nungarrayi Larry, Aboriginal Artist, Indigenous Art, Yumari Dreaming, Dreamtime, storytelling Melissa Nungarrayi Larry, Aboriginal Artist, Indigenous Art, Yumari Dreaming, Dreamtime, storytelling
Melissa Nungarrayi Larry, "Yumari Dreaming" 1500 x 950 Aboriginal Art $1,402.50 $1,650.00
This authentic and signed Melissa Nungarrayi Larry artwork depicts the traditional style of storytelling through Aboriginal art. Specifically, this painting tells the story of the Yumari land, a group of rocks west of Kintore in the Gibson Desert. Melissa's biography is below. With its natural tones, this painting will suit any décor and either a light or darker backdrop. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1500 x 950 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Melissa Nungarrayi Larry and Design Inspiration Melissa Nungarrayi Larry is from Nyirripi, a remote Aboriginal village in Australia's Northern Territory's Central Desert Region. In 2006, she joined Warlukurlangu Artists and began painting. Melissa is a full-time artist who paints her Mother's Jukurrpa, Dreamings that have been passed down for millennia and are directly related to the land, its features, and the flora and animals that live there. 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 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 $2,697.00 $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  14-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”. 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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Dulcie Long Pula, My Country, Aboriginal Art, Utopia Art Dulcie Long Pula,
Dulcie Long Pula, "My Country (Awelye)" 2000 x 960 Aboriginal Art $2,600.00 $2,890.00
Signed Dulcie Long Pula Painting. Beautiful colours with a green undertone this painting tells the story of "My Country (Awelye)". Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 960 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Dulcie Long Pula Dulcie Long Pula is originally from Utopia, a community that has amazed the art world since Aboriginal people put paint on canvas. Daughter of the famous Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Dulcie follows the strong artistic tradition that her family and extended family started. Her art has been showcased in exhibitions in Sydney, NSW. Design Inspiration Dulcie’s family has traditionally incorporated the ‘Pencil Yam’ and ‘Bush Medicine Leaves’ in their paintings and you will see this influence in her artistic designs. Further to this, you will note Dulcie uses a colourful palette and has developed a more minimalistic style. It is a collection of dots marking out sandhills, bush scrub, river flood plains, and sometimes waterholes and ceremonial sites.  Although Dulcie’s colour palette is restrained, she pays exceptional attention to details, complex designs and underlying meanings. 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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Tanya Bird, my country, aboriginal artist, indigenous art, utopia, bush plum, fine art Tanya Bird, my country, aboriginal artist, indigenous art, utopia, bush plum, fine art
Tanya Bird, “My Country” 2000 x 1880 Aboriginal Art $2,804.15 $3,299.00
This painting is such a statement piece and while Tanya’s palette is usually monochrome the yellow in this design will brighten any dull living space. Depicting Tanya’s country and the bush plum fruit; this painting will take you into the Central Australian Desert. Tanya’s biography is detailed below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1880 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Tanya Bird Tanya is an up-and-coming and talented artist, the granddaughter of Ada Bird Petyarre, and the daughter of Utopian artists Paddy and Eileen Bird. Tanya was raised in an artistic family, with Ada's sisters Gloria, Kathleen, Jeannie, and Rosemary being well-known aboriginal artists. Tanya's grandmother was a traditional elderly woman who was part of the women Utopian artists who began painting on batik and subsequently progressed to acrylic painting. Her grandmother taught young women about their predecessors' customs, hoping that future generations would carry on the tradition. Design Inspiration Tanya started painting while she was a youngster, and she was extremely close to Ada, who had a big influence on her. Tanya began painting in monotone colours in 2010 to depict her own authentic style. Featuring in Tanya’s designs is the bush plum which is a shrub that grows in the Central Desert. It produces little white blooms and small purple to blackberries that are edible when fully mature but toxic if eaten before they are fully ripe. The women of Utopia harvest the fruit and perform Ceremonies to ensure that the fruit germinates and produces plenty of fruit for the following season. 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, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Women's Ceremony, Utopia Art Karen Bird, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Women's Ceremony, Utopia Art
Karen Bird, "Bush Tucker" 1550 x 950 Aboriginal Art $2,399.00 $2,850.00
This signed Karen Bird Aboriginal Art tells the story of "Bush Tucker". With beautiful 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: 1550 x 950 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 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. 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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Roseanne Morton, Utopia Art, Aboriginal Art, bush seed dreaming tucker Roseanne Morton, Utopia Art, Aboriginal Art, bush seed dreaming tucker
Roseanne Morton Petyarre “Yam Seed Dreaming” 2000 x 1090 Aboriginal Art $1,870.00 $2,200.00
Need a simple but elegant artwork for your home? This painting is an authentic and traditional design yet will add sophistication to any living space. If you look closely at this artwork you can see the fine detail that tells the story of “Yam Seed Dreaming”. Roseanne’s biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2000 x 1090 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Roseanne Morton Born in 1984, Roseanne is a skilled and rising artist with many of her artworks in great demand. From Utopia in Central Australia, Roseanne comes from a family known for their exquisite designs and world-famous art. Design Inspiration Like her mother and aunts, a major influence in Roseanne’s paintings is the Bush Yam.  The desert yam is bush tucker in Utopia and is usually found near water. Another common design style of Roseanne’s is the bush medicine leaves where she often utilises earthy tones displayed in her country. 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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Margaret scobie, famous artist, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Utopia Art, Fine Art My Country, Bush Medicine Leaves Margaret scobie, famous artist, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Utopia Art, Fine Art My Country, Bush Medicine Leaves
Margaret Scobie “Bush Medicine Leaves” 2000 x 1520 Aboriginal Art $3,995.00 $4,700.00
Looking for a real statement piece? 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  14-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. 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, 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 $1,375.00 $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  14-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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Dulcie Long Pula, my dreamtime, my country, healing leaves, bush medicine, Yam Dreaming, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush leaves, fine art, Utopia Artist Dulcie Long Pula, my dreamtime, my country, healing leaves, bush medicine, Yam Dreaming, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush leaves, fine art, Utopia Artist
Dulcie Long Pula, "My Dreamtime" 960 x 700 Aboriginal Art $1,099.00 $1,350.00
Signed Dulcie Long Pula Painting. An eye-catching painting to brighten any dull living space.  This painting captures "My Dreamtime" and is an outstanding piece of art that will mesmerise any person in sight!  This piece will not last long. Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 960 x 700 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Dulcie Long Pula Dulcie Long Pula is originally from Utopia, a community that has amazed the art world since Aboriginal people put paint on canvas.  Daughter of the famous Jeannie Petyarre (Pitjara), Dulcie follows the strong artistic tradition that her family and extended family started. Her art has been showcased in exhibitions in Sydney, NSW. Design Inspiration Dulcie’s family has traditionally incorporated the ‘Pencil Yam’ and ‘Bush Medicine Leaves’ in their paintings and you will see this influence in her artistic designs. Further to this, you will note Dulcie uses a colourful palette and has developed a more minimalistic style. It is a collection of dots marking out sandhills, bush scrub, river flood plains, and sometimes waterholes and ceremonial sites.  Although Dulcie’s colour palette is restrained, she pays exceptional attention to details, complex designs and underlying meanings. 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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Terrin Price, Aboriginal Art, Original Art, Indigenous Art, Utopia Art, Storytelling, Aboriginal Dreamtime, Aboriginal Ceremony. Authentic Art. Australian Desert Terrin Price, Aboriginal Art, Original Art, Indigenous Art, Utopia Art, Storytelling, Aboriginal Dreamtime, Aboriginal Ceremony. Authentic Art. Australian Desert
Terrin Price, "Ceremony" 860 x 930 Aboriginal Art $1,020.00 $1,200.00
This authentic and signed Terrin Price artwork depicts the traditional style of storytelling through Aboriginal art. This painting specifically portrays Aboriginal ceremony and with its natural tones, this painting will suit any décor and either a light or darker backdrop. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 860 x 930 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Terrin Price and Design Inspiration Terrin, is a Utopian artist from Northern Territory and paints in a traditional style often telling stories of Aboriginal ceremonies through his paintings. 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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Patricia Jackson Napanangka, Patricia Jackson Napanangka,
Patricia Jackson Napanangka, "My Country" 2040 x 1200 Aboriginal Art $3,310.75 $3,895.00
Looking for a simple yet enchanting artwork for your hallway? This authentic Patricia Jackson painting appears simple in design however if you look closely you will see the intricate detail of the small strokes that make up this remarkable painting. Patricia's biography is captured below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 2040 x 1200 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Patricia Jackson Napanangka and Design Inspiration Patricia Jackson Napanangka was born in Kintore, Northern Territory, in 1983. She is a young Pintupi woman from an artistic family, the granddaughter of Walangkura Jackson Napanangka, a well-known Papunya Tula artist. Her painting career began when she helped her grandma Walangkura with background dotting on paintings.  She paints classic stories from her culture in a contemporary and lively manner of bold linear lines, circles, and fine dot work as an emerging artist. Her paintings are dramatic, expressive images that often include vibrant colour combinations.  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, "My Country" 1460 x 740 Aboriginal Art $2,379.15 $2,799.00
Marlene Young is an established Aboriginal artist and many of her artworks feature in exhibitions. Utilising an earthy palette this painting tells the story of Marlene's country including imagery of ceremonies and storytelling from her ancestors. This piece is truly a timeless artwork that will bring warmth to your home decor. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 860 x 930 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 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. 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, wild yam, bush medicine, Yam Dreaming, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush medicine Jeannie Mills, wild yam, bush medicine, Yam Dreaming, Aboriginal Artist, Utopia, Famous artist, Indigenous Artist, bush medicine, fine art
Jeannie Mills Pwerle, "Yam Dreaming" 1500 x 950 $2,890.00
Signed Jeannie Mills Pwerle Painting. Brilliant in colour and design this painting tells the story of "Yam Dreaming". Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1500 x 950 Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 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. 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, Bush Dreaming, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Art gallery, Utopia Art, Utopian Artist, fine art, Autumn design Polly Ngale, Bush Dreaming, Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Art gallery, Utopia Art, Utopian Artist, fine art, Autumn design
Polly Ngale, "Bush Plum (Arnwetky) Dreamings” 1990 x 1520 Aboriginal Art $6,672.50 $7,850.00
Polly Ngale is a highly sought-after artist and her paintings command a high ticket price due to the demand for her intricate ‘bush plum’ design. Signed by Polly with her signature ‘cross mark’ this painting will brighten any home with its ‘Autumn’ palette. This painting is titled, "Bush Plum (Arnwetky) Dreamings". Artist biography below. Details of Painting: Acrylic on canvas Painting is not framed and comes rolled Sizing: 1990 x 1520 (approx.) Decorate Me Certificate of Authenticity Guarantee  14-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 Polly Ngale Polly is from the Anmatyarre tribe and was born in the 1940s, a well sought after Aboriginal Artist. 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. 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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