Thursday, July 12, 2007

Sensory Overload

Someone is living in my house and it's not me! Linda Gregoriou's Sydney home is so beautiful it makes me want to weep with envy. Seriously. I came across these photos via Desire to Inspire. Straight out of Australian Vogue Living, these images have awakened my senses to aboriginal art. Being a lover of pattern and color, I think I've found my most absolute favorite art form of all.






There are lots of sources online to view and buy original aboriginal art and paintings. Click here and here to name a few. Continue to enjoy the images below, a small sample of the abundance of beautiful works that can be found over the web. Excuse the long post, but I just couldn't help myself. Enjoy and be inspired!


Judy Napangardi Watson


Freddie Timms


Lucy Yukenbarri


Pedro Wonaeamirri


Dhuwarrwarr Marika


Helicopter Tjungarrayi


Lucy Yukenbarri


Carmel Yukenbarri


Evelyn Malgil


Barney Ellaga


Bai Bai Napangarti


David Cox


Tossie Baadjo



And these last four are from my favorite, Emily Kame Kingawarreye.




5 comments:

katiedid said...

This art is just wonderful! And the home photos I love. I have always wanted a white floor like that. I shows off all of the beautiful objects!

G said...

These are just stunning. I've spent an hour browsing the galleries. This was an amazing post.

michelle said...

Ah, Ausie Vogue is the best, I always find the most amazing homes in there! I love your pics here, they are really beautiful, I also like bright, abstract art.

Another Shade of Grey said...

Thanks Katie. I love that white floor too.

G, I could browse those galleries for hours too. The art is hypnotic.

Still waiting to see your bright abstract art, Michelle. :)

becky said...

Oh yum, I LOVE aboriginal art! The university I attended inherited an amazing collection from John Kluge a few years back:

http://www.virginia.edu/kluge-ruhe/index.php?p=_home_

becky

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