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Abie Loy Kemarre
Abie Loy Kemarre’s work defines the modern elements and future of the finest contemporary Aboriginal art. Born in 1972 in Utopia 300km north east of Alice Springs, Cetral Australia , Abie’s works reflect her ancient mythological Dreamings in a inspiring combination of vibrant colours, intricate detail, depth and balance. The grand-daughter of acclaimed artist Kathleen Petyarre and niece of Gloria Tamarre Petyarre, Abie’s legendary ancestry is depicted in her works, and enhanced by her own modern perspective.
This unique artist’s career is on the rise, as she forges a path to the next evolution of fine art in in the 21th century.
Bush Hen Dreaming
Abie Loy’s ‘Bush Hen Dreaming’ depicts the journey of the Bush Hen, as she roams in search of her favourite fruit, the solanum berries. The Bush Hen Dreaming is significant to the Utopia region in central Australia, and certain persons who are attached to this Dreaming.
The fruit contains small hard stones, as well as seeds, which provides food for birds and other wildlife. The tubers are an important food source for Aboriginal people and can be eaten either roasted or raw.The Aboriginal women pay homage to the Bush Hen ancestor in their awelye ceremonies. Certain songlines and dance cycles are performed. Particular markings are applied to to the upper body to re-enact the Bush Hen ancestor.
Certification of Authentisity
All the artworks from redrock gallery are fully certificated.
This Paintings comes with:
- Photos of the artiest painting from start to finish
- Certification of Authentisity
- Biography of Abie Loy Kemarre
- Introduction of the Dreaming
- Introduction of the symbolism