Kudditji Kngwarreye

By: Grasstree Gallery  25-Nov-2010
Keywords: Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Aboriginal Artists

Kudditji began painting his Emu Dreaming using a precise dotting style. He then moved to painting the more abstract "My Country" style paintings which feature blocks of saturated colour. This style was similar to that of Emily, however, it is not clear who began painting this style first. Due to demand for his earlier works Kudditji returned to the dotting style. In 2003, however, Kudditji began exhibiting the "My Country" style, which saw him rise to international stardom. 

Keywords: Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal Paintings, Australian Aboriginal Art, Contemporary Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art

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