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Aboriginal Art: Symbols

Aboriginal Art: Symbols

Aboriginal Art: Symbols

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Untitled Dot Painting

Symbols: Places/Campsites, Boomerangs, Honey Ants

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By Jeff Roberts

Symbols: Watering hole, People, Campsites

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Meeting of Men of Snake Totem
by Kaapa Mbitjana Tjampitjinpa

Symbols: Snakes, People, Watering Hole

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Reconciliation

by Edna Watson

A contemporary painting by a darug (Aboriginal tribe) elder

The painting expresses the diverse groups that have come to Australia with the Aboriginal people in the center. The circle represents reconciliation and the hands are pointing inwards and outwards as if they are joined.

The central circle shows a broken earth, meaning the process of reconciliation in unfinished.

NOW GO BACK AND PUT TOGETHER A PUZZLE OF THIS PAINTING

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