One-Of-A-kind, Handmade Artifacts In The Traditional Art Forms Of The Indigenous Yorta Yorta Aboriginal Artist & His People
Hand-Picked By Mr. Casanova During His Professional World Adventures To Australia Over The Past Decade.
Beautiful handcrafted traditional artifacts: didgeridoos, boomerangs, clapsticks, rain sticks, plates and trinket boxes; highly sought after by both Australian's and people of the world.
Through world travels, Casanova discovers new people and their cultures along with their crafts and innovative products.
One discovery is the unique indigenous cultural artwork of an Yorta Yorta Aboriginal artist.
The Aboriginal artwork made available, is based on stories from the dreamtime of the Yorta Yorta people from the Murray River region of outback, southwestern, New South Wales, and central Victoria, Australia. These dreamtime stories have been told to each generation in order to keep the stories in there culture alive and to educate Aboriginal people about their place on earth.
The appreciation of Aboriginal culture on a national and international level, reflects the growing awareness of so called "primitive culture" where the land, its people, and animistic spirituality are one.
Email for current items that may be offered for auction or sale. All items are one-of-a-kind handmade unique and of a high grade of artistic art in our and customers' opinion. Personally hand-selected pieces become available randomly; brought back from the land down under.
We can also request items from the artist based on your desires. Please send us an email.
Although surrounded by the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, the Coastal Lowland Tropical Rainforest from the Daintree River to Cape Tribulation remain unprotected and endangered. These rainforests are of international conservation importance as one of the most significant regional ecosystems in the world. They record the eight major stages of the evolution of land plants and in particular the origin, evolution and dispersal of the flowering plants (angiosperms).