How Is Aboriginal Art Made?

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Aboriginal art is made by using ochre or acrylic paints to paint on archival papers and other surfaces. This is applied using various indigenous tools that include a crushed end of a fine stick. In addition, a stencil that can last for many years is used in the painting making it very durable.
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