Acknowledgement to Indigenous Artist


Lionel Phillips - Indigenous Artist 

Lionel Phillips comes from Trangie in Central Western New South Wales, Australia - a name that means 'waterhole' in local Warradjerri Aboriginal dialect.

Lionel uses a combination of cross-hatching and dot painting in his artworks, and uses the four basic ochre colours of his ancestrial area - black, red, yellow and white. These colours form the basis of Lionels art.

Lionel travels extensivelly throughout Australia, and this is expressed in the diverse range of images he paints. Yet the essence of his art is drawn from the desert land of his country, and the stories that have been passed down to him from his ancestors.  

The logo and other images on this site were sourced from the Culcha disc which can be purchased online.



Australian Indigenous Images Vol 1

This CD Rom includes 447 original artowrks by sixdiverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. Clip art with a difference, for the graphic artist or as an educational resource for students and teachers.

The Culcha Disc can be utilised for developing projects and programmes on Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander culture, history and lifestyle.

A wide group of exemptions exist for non-commercial use without royalty - for example personal use by individuals, use by libraries, educational institutions, child care centres and community information fliers for use in Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander communities.

Clip art CD Rom



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