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Search all UQ websites or browse the sites below Some of the below sites provide functionality and databases that cannot be accessed via the search field above.If you cannot find what you are after, try visiting the relevant site directly.Typically, in these studio works, he alters details and overall proportions for compositional reasons, while, for expressive purposes, he incorporates within a particular work details from his studies of other artefacts.He strives to realise images of speculation and mystery that connect viewers, via their own imaginations, with some ancient, mythic past.
Today only around 120 of those languages are still spoken and many are at risk of being lost as Elders pass away.
Other artists have adopted modern media and work with acrylic paints on canvas, gouache or ochres on archival paper or other surfaces.
Apart from the materials used, Aboriginal artists have shown considerable innovation in the techniques they adopt for applying paint and creating designs - ranging from the crushed end of a stick, as used for example by Emily Kame Kngwarreye in some works to produce characteristic large smudged dots, to the fine brushes used to produce the delicate rarrk patterns of Arnhem Land art.
The book has a central character, a woman called Sue Coleman Haseldine.
Aunty Sue is a skilled storyteller — a warm, wise and funny person — and a vehement critic of native title.