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bathroom art

10 Simple Ways To Display Art In Bathrooms

The bathroom is the most special room in our homes, although some of us don’t treat it that way. It is one of the rooms where we can relax and have some personal time with minimal if any, distractions. A good bathroom decoration should make you feel calm, comfortable and welcoming. It should be a […]

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wall art diy

10 DIY Art Projects For Your Walls

Bare walls not only make your home look lonely but also sad and sometimes ugly. That’s why interior design is recommended to light up the space to make it welcoming. The good thing is you don’t need a professional interior designer to decorate your walls. You can do it yourself! There are many DIY wall […]

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art into home decor

How To Incorporate Art Into Your Home Decor

Decorating your home or updating its look can be a little bit tricky. Getting the best ideas that would transform your home appeal is the most challenging part for some homeowners. What most people don’t know is the impact that incorporating art can have on their home look. Adding a piece of art in your […]

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contemporary Australian artists

Australian Art Features Contemporary Fine Artists

Australia boasts of having one of the unique arts to anywhere in the world art. From the thousands of years old aboriginal cave and rock art to modern art, the country has one of the most vibrant art industries in the world. The ever-growing number of art museums, foundations, galleries, collections and events is an […]

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aboriginal art

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Prints, Paintings and Sculptures

The Art Yarra Munua specialises in high quality contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art prints, paintings and sculptures by established, mid-career and emerging artists. Browse our website to view works, portfolios and exhibitions, past, present and future. Learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture; the art of printmaking; tour the Aboriginal regions of […]

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