How Is Aboriginal Art Painted?

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Aboriginal Art is painted with acrylic paints on the canvas according to the Aboriginal art website. The painters mostly use gouache or ochre on the archival paper or other surfaces of their paintings. Ochre was the most preferred paint for most traditional Aboriginal paint artists.
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they used to paint on tree bark and still do now.
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1. Trace your hand on a piece of paper. You'll make a hand stencil from this image in Painter. Hand stencils are found frequently in aboriginal art, including the earliest known art
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Aboriginal art is created in Australia by the Aboriginal natives in remote areas. The art often contains symbols that most of the world cannot interpet unless they have studied the
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The art comes from Australia. The Aborigines are the original inhabitants of Australia. The art tells stories of the events that took place in their lives.
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