Aboriginal Meeting Places Quilting Cotton in Black
Aboriginal Art is one of the more ancient traditional arts in the world, going back approximately 50,000 years. Initially a nomadic people, Aboriginals collect their food from a nature they revere and respect. The Aboriginal paintings portrayed on these fabrics honor this simple way of living, their ancestral lands and the ancient teachings of their forefathers while also illustrating the individual artist’s personal fears, frustrations and desires. Perfect for quilting, these gorgeous and varied designs perfectly compliment one another.
Meeting Places are very important in Aboriginal cultures. Elders meet to discuss the well-being of the community. Artist Josie Cavanagh has depicted this meeting colorfully. The various circles represent waterholes and the people sitting around the circle to discuss their community matters.
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