Teho Ropeyarn’s linocut prints carry the totems of his Injinoo heritage of Cape York Peninsula. See Blogroll for a link to his site.

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Mandang Ikamba (strength of a crocodile) /

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Detail of the print above /

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Great Dividing Range Dreaming /

Teho Ropeyarn ‘Ulada’ 2017 mixed media vinylcut print on 300gsm hahnemühle paper 168x100cm (paper size) edition of 10 Printer: Justin Majid (Courtesy of the Artist) Photographer: Michael Marzik

Ulada /

Teho Ropeyarn 'Uyinthayn' 2017 mixed media vinylcut print with acrylic wash on 300gsm hahnemühle paper 184x110cm (paper size) edition of 10 Printer: Justin Majid (Courtesy of the Artist) Photographer: Michael Marzik

Uyinthayn /

Ulada /

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Iwurru /

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Yati Ayun Thinbara (freshwater & saltwater during low tide) /

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2 responses to “Teho Ropeyarn’s linocut prints carry the totems of his Injinoo heritage of Cape York Peninsula. See Blogroll for a link to his site.

  1. I have just realised (the crocodiles alerted me!) that these linocuts are from Cape York, not Yorke Peninsula, opposite ends of the country! So not the same connection after all …

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