abie loy kemarre | original artwork | bush medicine leaves - ID33623

abie loy kemarre | original artwork | bush medicine leaves - ID33623
abie loy kemarre | original artwork | bush medicine leaves - ID33623
abie loy kemarre | original artwork | bush medicine leaves - ID33623
abie loy kemarre | original artwork | bush medicine leaves - ID33623

abie loy kemarre | original artwork | bush medicine leaves - ID33623

Dimensions: 85 x 119cm
Material: Acrylic on linen

Regular price $4,800.00
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Original artwork painted in 2021. A beautiful collection of contemporary First Nations original artworks. All sold with a Certificate of Authenticity. Artworks are stretched and ready to hang.

Whilst there may be other pieces available from this artist in the future, once sold, this specific artwork will no longer be available.

BRAND | First Nations Art Collection


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As Australians, we're proud to be an outlet for genuine Australian art. We now offer a curated selection of original First Nations art. Expect an ever-changing variety of precious pieces from contemporary First Nation artists like Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Abie Loy Kemarre, Gloria Petyarre Maitland Nelson Tjapurrula, and many Utopia artists. All First Nations artworks are sold with a Certificate of Authenticity.


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Abie Loy Kemarre began painting in 1994 under the guidance of her grandmother, the acclaimed Western Desert artist, Kathleen Petyarre and other talented artist relatives. Abie is the daughter of Margaret Loy Pula (who won the Wynne Prize in 2012) and Ray Loy Pula. Her aunt is the celebrated artist, Gloria Petyarre.

Abie is a custodian of the Bush Hen Dreaming, which she inherited from her Grandfather. Abie’s Bush Hen paintings represent the story of the bush hen travelling in search of bush seeds scattered across the land during the Dreamtime. It is somewhat like a map that indicates landmarks where significant events occurred in the Dreaming story.

Abie is also highly regarded for her unique representation of the sacred “Bush Medicine Leaves” that the women of Utopia gather at different times of the year to make use of the multiple, important medicinal qualities this plant bears.

The artist utilises a vivid colour palette in her Bush Leaves representations and illustrates the plant as a whole, by painting its seeds and having the leaves blossom out from them.

Abie’s highly contemporary design, with it’s vibrant colour palette and interesting movement, makes her works highly sought after by art collectors world-wide.
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