Colour (Kele)

Keringke Arts

Various painters have developed a distinct style of painting at Keringke Arts over a twenty-year period. The artist uses pattern, colour, shape and design to create paintings that depict their sense of country, culture and self.

Art Benefit previously on at fortyfivedownstairs in Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 18 April 2017 to Saturday 29 April 2017

Colour (Kele) image

Published by Fortyfivedownstairs on Saturday 08 April 2017.
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The shapes and designs may have features common to ancient rock art and petroglyph designs found throughout the traditional country of Eastern Arrernte. Other designs reflect sand and body painting designs. In its contemporary form these designs on the canvas, ceramics and object may not be attributed to any particular thing, but an expression of the artist.

Eastern Arrernte cultural identity includes a dreaming, a skin name, a place, as well as family name, language, and community. These things are not necessarily reflected in the design or outcome of each painting.

45 Flinders Lane
Melbourne 3000

Gallery Hours: Tuesday to Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday 12pm-4pm


45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000