Suzanne O'Connell Gallery - Australian Indigenous Art

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Bagu

Thumnail

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34cm x 12.5cm x 4cm

Eileen Tep

ceramic

Girringun. Qld.

Code: SO2662 - Available

2012

Kookaburra

Thumnail

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33cm x 20cm

Rahel Ungwanaka

Hermannsburg has enjoyed a rich dynamic relationship with contemporary art since the days of Albert Namitjira and his sons painted the vibrant and unforgettable images of their desert country.

We have come to recognize this group of women artists as potters and
ceramicists, and have enjoyed the painterly quality of their glazing techniques.

The finely modeled sculptures that impart uniqueness to the Hermannsburg pottery have their origins in the tactile manipulation of earth and clay within Aranda custom and tradition, and are linked to the schoolroom innovators of the past and the teachers who are fondly remembered by the potters of today.


Handcoiled terracotta, underglazes & applied decorations

Hermannsburg Potters

Code: SO335 - Available

2003

Bunyaydinyu Bagu

Thumnail

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42cm x 12cm x 6cm

Ethel Murray

ceramic

Girringun. Qld.

Code: SO2678 - Available

2012

Bunyaydinyu Bagu

Thumnail

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37.5cm x 18.5cm x 6cm

Sally Murray

ceramic,thick re/green/white rope

Cardwell. Queensland

Code: SO2667 - Available

2013

Bunyaydinyu Bagu

Thumnail

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33cm x 11.5cm x 6.5cm

Maureen Beeron

ceramic cane, white & black wire

Girringun. Qld.

Code: SO2666 - Available

2013

Bagu

Thumnail

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34cm x 13cm x 4.5cm

John Murray

ceramic

Girringun. Qld.

Code: SO2665 - Available

2013

Bagu

Thumnail

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35cm x 14cm x 9cm

Debra Murray

Ceramic, cane & twine

Girringun. Qld.

Code: SO2657 - Available

2013

Bagu

Thumnail

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26cm x 12cm

John Murray

clay

Cardwell. Queensland

Code: SO2493 - Available

2010

 

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