Friday, 16 January 2009

Consultation on draft Indigenous art code of conduct

A draft commercial code of conduct for the Indigenous art industry is now available for public comment.

Link to article

Download the Draft


the famous nemo on Sunday, January 25, 2009 10:51:00 am said...

wow I love Aboriginal Art now. I just found out what it was when some one told me my stuff looked like it. thanks.

ART Galerija on Sunday, March 22, 2009 10:21:00 pm said...

Blog is exceptional only forward! We wish you all the best in the future and thus be exceptional!


Roman Sledz on Tuesday, June 30, 2009 9:00:00 pm said...

Aboriginal art like every folk art is very valuable and can be really astonishing. Great decorativity etc. I love them. Thank you for the post!

rick on Friday, July 03, 2009 11:44:00 am said...

Interesting blog, need more article like this put online for aboriginal art, maybe should do some comments on the online stuff like buy art online sites, there are lots of aboriginal arts.

Greg Quevillon on Friday, September 04, 2009 9:35:00 am said...

Roman Sledz is my father in law.
I own and created the Folk Arts of Poland in Santa Fe, NM over 15 years ago in 1994. My private collection of Roman Sledz sculptures exceeds well over 100 early to mid post communist period sculptures. I have known Roman since 1995 and began purchasing then because of his unique form of Polish folk art and his ability to depict the sufferings of the biblical subjects he carves. In 2004, he was invited to exhibit/sell his works at the International Folk Art Market on the grounds of the State owned International Folk Art Museum in Santa Fe. For five years I was the Markets regional coordinator of Baltic States and Polish folk artists. While he and his wife Bogomila were staying at our home, I brought him to an American Indian Museum, Northern New Mexican Santo's carvers museum, and another small museum where he was interviewed along with local Hispanic Santo's carvers. Not sure where you got your quote supposedly said by him concerning aboriginal art. It is so unlike him to talk this way. He is a very quite person. Sounds like some online store's creative publicity stunt to sell his works.
Greg Quevillon
Folk Arts of Poland
118 Don Gaspar Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501


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