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Australia's MacDonnell Ranges feature in our artwork and wallpaper

The MacDonnell Ranges run 664km across the Northern Territory, Australia through the Aboriginal countries and communities we represent.  The Ranges are integral to their life and Dreamtime stories.  

The Aboriginals (the Arrernte mob) believe three giant caterpillars: Yeperenye, Ntyarlke and Utnerrengatye created the stunning ranges after emerging from of an escarpment in Mparntwe or Alice Springs.  Rock art exists at Emily Gap near Alice Springs which tells the story of the caterpillars emergence and bitter fight with the Irlperenye or giant stink bug which killed the caterpillars off.

Caterpillar remains made rock formations and gaps in the ranges.  Surviving Yeperenye caterpillars made the rivers and the trees and in some Aboriginal Dreamtime stories the Caterpillar dreaming resides underneath the eucalyptus trees.

The McDonnell Ranges and the flora living on them is often depicted in the Aboriginal artwork and wallpapers we sell.  The Country where they sit is the embodiment of the Aboriginal people who have been custodians of the land for at least 40,000 years.  

The MacDonnell Ranges near Alice Springs

The MacDonnell Ranges near Alice Springs

My Grandmother's Country by Denise Ngwarraye Bonney 107x51cm available online or in the gallery.

My Grandmother's Country by Denise Ngwarraye Bonney 107x51cm available online or in the gallery.

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When Nature meets Desert Art

Bay Gallery Home is celebrating the start of Desert Mob this week with a painting by one of our favourite emerging artists whose work is reflected in our beautiful Cotswold Chrysanthemums. The Dreamtime story depicted in the painting is a Wardapi Jukurrpa or Goanna Dreaming.  At the site where this story sits you'll find yellow & white ochre which is used for love potions and ceremonial purposes.  

Desert Mob falls immediately after Darwin Art Fair both of which are important cultural events in the Indigenous art calendar.  Bay Gallery Home proudly supports members of Desert Mob through our Tetbury gallery in the heart of the Cotswolds so drop in or visit us online to learn more.  

Wardapi Jukurrpa by Ruth Nungarrayi 46cmx30cm acrylic on linen

Wardapi Jukurrpa by Ruth Nungarrayi 46cmx30cm acrylic on linen

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Ambientes Magazine in Chile features 'My Country' Wallpaper

It's wonderful to have our 'My Country' Aboriginal wallpaper featured in magazines in countries as far flung as Chile.  The Aboriginal spirit and aesthetic is something people from all over the world can connect with as it harks back to the very essence of humanity and creation. Add design with origin to your home by ordering from our online shop.

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ambientes magazine chile  page 54 Issue 117 2017

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10th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair

Many generations at the 10th Darwin Aboriginal Fair – photography  © Copyright 2017 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair | 11-13 Aug 2017

Many generations at the 10th Darwin Aboriginal Fair – photography © Copyright 2017 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair | 11-13 Aug 2017

 

 

We are very proud to have our pioneering Aboriginal Interiors collection My Country included in the 10th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair.
 

Our wallpapers and tiles will be featured during the event, and are otherwise available for sale through our website.  

 

We look forward to hearing what Australia thinks of our UK produced Aboriginal wallpapers and tiles.  Our artists will also see them for the first time so it's an exciting period for us!

 

Money from the sale of each product goes directly to the artist and their community.