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Lydia Balbal - 180x95cm - Pikarong / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 180x95cm - Pikarong / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 136x70cm - Untitled, 2011  / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 136x70cm - Untitled, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 180x96cm - Martakulu  / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Lydia Balbal - 180x96cm - Martakulu / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Sample page of a traditional Japanese pattern from the Kimono Pattern Design Book Series (Nagajyuban)

Sample page of a traditional Japanese pattern from the Kimono Pattern Design Book Series (Nagajyuban)

Jan Billycan - 91x61cm - Kirriwirri, 2011

Jan Billycan - 91x61cm - Kirriwirri, 2011

Lydia Balbal - Untitled - acrylic on linen, 60x60cm - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Lydia Balbal - Untitled - acrylic on linen, 60x60cm - IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art © The Artist

Jakayu Biljabu - 152x76cm - Minyi Puru, 2010 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Jakayu Biljabu - 152x76cm - Minyi Puru, 2010 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Jakayu Biljabu - 36x46cm - Untitled, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Jakayu Biljabu - 36x46cm - Untitled, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

May Chapman - 76x152cm - Minyipuru in Papunya, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

May Chapman - 76x152cm - Minyipuru in Papunya, 2011 / IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Eileen Nanala - Piyarryi, 2009 - 45 x 30 cm - Balgo / © The Artist and IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

Eileen Nanala - Piyarryi, 2009 - 45 x 30 cm - Balgo / © The Artist and IDAIA - International Development for Australian Indigenous Art

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