Aboriginal Art Styles by Artlandish Aboriginal Art Gallery. Click to visit us and view Aboriginal art is regional in character and style, so different areas with different traditional languages approach art in special ways. Much of contemporary Other stylistic variations identify more closely to specific communities. X-Ray Art .Key facts about Aboriginal art, including the role of traditional culture as the source of content and style, regional styles use of colour. Tingari - the term used varies according to the particular local language. Many Aboriginal artists paint aspects of their Dreaming, which forms part of their inheritance and their iden.y..It is a kind of maplike, bird 's-eye view of the desert landscape, and it is often meant to tell a traditional Dreaming story. In the distant past, the common media for such artwork were rock, sand or body painting, but the tradition continues today in the form of coloured drawings with liquid based colour on canvas. See Papunya .Traditional Aboriginal art is composed of organic colors and materials, but modern artists often use synthetic paints when creating aboriginal styles. . Working with the Aboriginal people of the Barunga region of southern Arnhem Land, Australia, I set out to identify factors that influence the creation of art, asking specifi.y .