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Tiger Palpatja Wanampi Tjukurpa, 2008 153 x 102 cm

A Buyers Market for Aboriginal Art at Mossgreen Sale of John Wregg and Judith Alexander Collection at News Aboriginal Art Directory. View information about A Buyers Market for Aboriginal Art at Mossgreen Sale of John Wregg and Judith Alexander Collection

Oodgeroo Noonuccal, born on Queensland's North Stradbroke Island on November 3, 1920, was named Kathleen Jean Mary Ruska. An indigenous Australian writer and campaigner for Aboriginal rights, she married and became well known as Kath Walker.  She adopted the name of her tribe, Noonuccal, in honor of the Aboriginal people's cause, naming herself Oodgeroo (meaning "paperbark tree") Noonuccal.  She was the first Aboriginal Australian to publish a book of poetry, We Are Going (1964).

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Oodgeroo Noonuccal, born on Queensland's North Stradbroke Island on November 3, 1920, was named Kathleen Jean Mary Ruska. An indigenous Australian writer and campaigner for Aboriginal rights, she married and became well known as Kath Walker. She adopted the name of her tribe, Noonuccal, in honor of the Aboriginal people's cause, naming herself Oodgeroo (meaning "paperbark tree") Noonuccal. She was the first Aboriginal Australian to publish a book of poetry, We Are Going (1964).

"Kanpi Story" Baker Family Collaborative

Baker Family Collaborative - 'Kanpi Story' - Outstation Gallery - Aboriginal Art from Art Centres

Snake -Art Aborigène by loloieg

The rainbow serpent is a mythic creature. Its epic battle against the sun to replenish the stores of water is one of the Dreamtime stories.

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