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Lin onus images
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Lin onus images
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Lin onus images
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  • 1. Lin Onus
    KEY WORKS
  • 2.  
    Onus, Lin. (1985) Kaptn Koori [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.whitehat.com.au.
    Ideas for teaching: Identity and belonging.
  • 3. Barmah Forest
    Barmah Forest, 1994. Synthetic polymerr paint on linen.
    Onus, Lin. (1994). Barmuh Forest [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from:
    www.artnomad.com.au
    Topics for discussion: isolation, loss, differences, why he might have painted this.
  • 4. Michael and I are just slipping down to the pub for a minute.
    Gouache on illustration board.
    Onus, Lin. (1992). Michael and I are just slipping down to the pub for a minute. [Image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.whitehat.com.au.
    Ideas for teaching: what do you notice about this painting? How is it different to other works?
  • 5. Ongoing Adventures of X and Ray (X and Ray in the garden of earthly delight)
    Gouache with gold leaf on illustration board.
    Onus Lin. (1994-5). Ongoing Adventures of X and Ray( X and Ray in the garden of earthly delight) [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from:
    www.fireworksgallery.com.au
    Ideas for teaching: why is this an ongoing adventure? What do you think they are looking for? They are an unusual duo.
  • 6. Morumbeeja Pitoa (Floods and Moonlight)
    Oil on canvas.
     
    Onus, Lin. (1993). Morumbeeja Pitoa (floods and moonlight) [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.australianfinearteditions.com
    Ideas for discussion: what do you like about this picture? What emotion do you think Lin Onus was trying to tell us?
  • 7. Stingrays also dream of flying
    Synthetic polymer paint on canvas.
    Onus, Lin. (1995). Stingrays also dream of flying. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.theage.com.au
    Ideas for teaching: dreams and myths, as Lin Onus was known for these things.
  • 8. Fruit Bats
    95 fibreglass polychromed bats, polychromed wooden discs, Hills hoist.
     
    Onus, Lin. (1991). Fruit Bats. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.hive.artgallery.nsw.gov.au
    Currently at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.
  • 9. Road to Redfern
    Synthetic Polymer paint on canvas.
     
    Onus, Lin. (1988). Road to Redfern. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.australianfinearteditions.com
    Ideas for teaching: Aboriginal culture, colours associated with the land.
  • 10. Jimmy’s Billabong
    Synthetic polymer paint on canvas. National Gallery of Australia
    Onus, Lin. (1988). Jimmy’s Billabong. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.visitvictoria.com
    Ideas for teaching: the landscape, who Jimmy might be, introduction to painting of the landscape.
  • 11. Ginger and my third wife approach the roundabout
    Synthetic polymer paint on canvas.
    Onus, Lin. (1994). Ginger and my third wife approach the roundabout. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.theage.com.au
    Ideas for teaching:
    The merging of two cultures, what do you notice about the differences? Students creating their own merging of cultures painting.
  • 12. Birth
    Synthetic polymer paint on fibreglass, wire, metal.
     
    Onus, Lin. (1989). Birth. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.cs.nga.gov.au
    Ideas for teaching: students could make their own animal out of wire and then paper mache over it and paint it in what they consider to be their own colours.
  • 13. Garkman
    Screenprinton paper.
    Onus, Lin. (1991). Garkman. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.artreview.com.au
    Ideas for teaching/creating: students could paint under the sea theme, based on Garkman with Aboriginal style designs on the animals.
  • 14. Dislocation
    Linocut on paper.
    Onus, Lin. (1986). Dislocation. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.cooeeart.com.au
    Ideas for teaching: why might Lin have drawn this? What does the title have to do with the heading? Why might he be feeling this way?
    Students could then draw how they were feeling and interpret others drawings.
  • 15. Pawns
    Linocut on paper.
     
    Onus, Lin. (1986). Pawns. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.cooeeart.com.au.
    Discussion topics: why might Lin have drawn this? Why might he have felt this way?
  • 16. Weekend at Garmedi 1
    Synthetic, polymer paint on Canvas,
    Onus, Lin. (1988). Weekend at Garmedi 1. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.australianfinearteditions.com
    Ideas for art appreciation: students could paint a picture of their weekends and how their own cultures influenced them. The class could then create a mural of all the works.
  • 17. Weekend at Garmedi 2
    Synthetic polymer paint on canvas.
    Onus, Lin. (1988). Weekend at Garmedi 2. [image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.australianfinearteditions.com
    Ideas for teaching: Aboriginal art in context. Students could practice drawing Aboriginal style art.
  • 18. My Personal Favourite…
    My personal farvourites are X and Ray’s adventures, in which there are a few paintings off. I like the idea that they are continuously looking and searching, as an unlikely duo. Here, Onus uses his own dog, who was a part dingo as his model. I like that the dog’s companion is a stingray as they are an unlikely duo. I also believe that these characters are the most likely to interest students.
  • 19. Onus, Lin. (1994-5). The Ongoing Adventures of X and Ray.[image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.fireworksgallery.com.au
  • 20. Onus, Lin. (1994-5). The Ongoing Adventures of X and Ray.[image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.fireworksgallery.com.au
  • 21. Onus, Lin. (1994-5). The Ongoing Adventures of X and Ray.[image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.fireworksgallery.com.au
  • 22. Onus, Lin. (1994-5). The Ongoing Adventures of X and Ray.[image]. Retrieved April 4, 2011 from: www.fireworksgallery.com.au
  • 23. Main Ideas
    The key ideas that we want students to understand are:
    Why Lin Onus created his work,
    How he wanted to make people feel,
    What he hoped to accomplish,
    and if his dreams were ever accomplished.
    Lin Onus leaves behind a legacy that we can fill by bridging the gap between cultures. By educating today’s generations, we are fulfilling his wishes.

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