Gamununggu ga yidaki (sacred art and didgeridoo) "Art is important to me because it is an expression of my identity and it connects me to the land, to the Dreaming" - Daphne Banyawarra. Banyawarra's didgeridoos are exclusive to iDIDJ Australia
In Australia, to avoid exploitation, only Aboriginals are entitled to do dot paintings. To the right are examples of native digeridoos decorated with dot painted designs. To the far right is an 8 foot digeridoo I made from the stalk of a century plant!
Mimi Art Gallery is a signatory member of the Indigenous Art Alliance who actively promote the ethical trade of Indigenous art. We at Mimi Art Gallery strive to serve the Aboriginal community fairly & with respect.
Australian Indigenous art is the oldest on-going tradition of art in the world, which has always been an integral part of Aboriginal society in Australia, pre-dating European colonisation and going back over years.