Aboriginal Art of Our Aspiration is a blog about how the art relates to your aspirations in life.
Aboriginal Art of Our Aspiration started as a passion for aboriginal art and how it connects to our aspirations in life and the meaning of the paintings. We try to provide you with an insight on aboriginal art, culture and history.
The use of the word ‘Aboriginal’ has been chosen to emphasize the originality and innate quality of the art. Aboriginal Art is a term which refers to the ‘first’ inhabitants of our planet that had no contact with any other previous societies.
The Aboriginal Art of Our Aspiration blog will explore and express how each artist’s work relates to our aspirations in life, and the origin of their inspiration. Each artist will be invited to write an essay about their inspirations and why they created their particular art pieces and the connection between their art and their aspirations in life.
I envisage that you will learn a lot about the Aboriginal artists and their sculptures, paintings, prints and photographs, but most importantly about yourself by understanding more about what is important for each artist in relation to your own aspirations. I hope that you will get inspired by this blog as much as I have been inspired by the amazing work of these artists.”
Aboriginal Art of Our Aspiration is a blog that aims to provide its readers with information on Aboriginal Art, covering topics such as family, health, education and to be a place where people can ask questions relating to their aspirations in life.
It also offers tips on how to improve your lifestyle by eating right, taking care of yourself and living life as it was meant to be lived.
The blog hopes to inspire you and give you the tools you need to achieve your dreams in life.
The blog is for anyone who wants to find their way in life or anyone who has already begun the journey but needs some help along the way. It is for anyone who has lost their way and wants to start on a path that is fulfilling and leads to a new future.
This blog is about aboriginal art and how it relates to your aspirations in life. In addition, I will write about the artist and their biography, what inspires them on their journey in life and why. I hope you enjoy reading this blog as much as I do creating it.
Visual art is an interesting means of expression, isn’t it? It’s not as complex as written language, but it can be just as expressive. You don’t have to be a well-educated person to tell the difference between good and bad art.
We’ve all seen paintings in museums that were created by artists from long ago. We’ve also probably seen the kind of artwork done by aborigines; the two kinds of artwork are very different. But how does one relate to the other?
The next few articles will explore this question, providing you with some interesting facts about indigenous art and how it relates to you – and your aspirations in life. The first article deals with the history of indigenous art and its relationship with modern society.
When you look at the art of the Aboriginal people of Australia, you can quickly see they are quite different to us. The artwork is not just a hobby or a way of making money for them. If you look closely and you think about what you are seeing, you will begin to realise that it has a deeper meaning and it is a very spiritual thing for them.
The aboriginal people of Australia have been on this land for thousands of years and yet their culture has remained strong and intact. The story telling in their art is an important part of their history, traditions and beliefs. They use many different mediums including paint, string and clay, but their most common medium however is the didgeridoo. The didgeridoo, often referred to as “the voice from the land” has been used by the Aboriginal people of Australia since before they even recorded history.
There are many different styles of didgeridoo art, which all relate to different aspects of the story or legend being told through it. There is no set style as such, each artist I estimate creates around 100-200 unique styles during his lifetime, each one unique and special to him. He then lives off these sales for the rest of his life and passes them down