Darwin is the capital of Australia's Northern Territory and it is the smallest, wettest, and most northerly of the Australian capital cities. The city is known as Garramilla to the traditional owners of the area, the Larrakia people, a word which refers to the white stone found in the area. Indigenous murals are entirely unique to the indigenous artist that painted them. They inherit the right to the stories told through these artworks through family lineage. An Aboriginal Australian artist cannot paint a story that does not belong to their family. Indigenous art for sale is can differ greatly depending on the region and history of the artist. Western Desert Communities opt for strong primary colours, while others choose softer earthy tones to create their Indigenous art prints. A spike of Aboriginal women artists in the 1980’s incorporated a new style into the market. They would choose to work with a brighter array of colours to portray their stories.
Looking for some unique canvases for your murals? Here are some of our most popular places to paint mural art: fence murals, building murals, office murals, outdoor walls, school murals, community art walls, etc.
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