The artist has done various types of drawing, painting, photography and video that are the evidence of the genius of the artist. The society of the aboriginal people, as well as their art, bears the expertise of the artist. There are many aboriginal artists has left several important artworks that support Aboriginal communities. Vernon Ah Kee has great insight. And several different types of skills and techniques that he acquired throughout his life are helpful in delivering effective art to the art lovers and students. Vernon Ah Kee has knowledge and skill in the field of draftsman ship, screen-printer, photographer, as well as video and text based installation as well as many more field of art. That supports him in becoming so successful an artist in Australia. Apart from this, the bachelor degree courses in the subject of Visual Arts in the contemporary indigenous art in Australia help him to become a great artist. Apart from this, the doctorate in the visual art and fine art from the Queensland College of Art and other educational institute and his surrounding society provide him adequate knowledge and acumen to help the artist to grow as an eminent artist of Australian Aboriginal people (Ucko, 2010). He tries to expose the degree of underlying racism in the Australian society.
Throughout the year the artist has accomplished a lot of accolades. His artist accomplishment is also considered as the great achievement. The artist Vernon Ah Kee is mainly expert in the field of indigenous art as well as in the intellectual property plus the copyright ACT. He has done the installation work in the year of 2005 3rd April in Adelaide named
Myth understandings CASA. Besides this, in the year of 2003, he published a book named “this is not America, Australia host Schuller, Dusseldorf Germany.”
The artist has done much important work in the field of art and paintings. The key works of the artist can be depicted as follows: Vernon Ah Kee represented his nation at the Venice Biennale, where he was part of a group exhibition. He is also nominated groups exhibition adds Saltwater, A theory of thought forms. Vernon Ah Kee has many solo exhibitions that attract the people to the exhibition hall. Abstract artist, Vernon Ah Kee’s earliest single show in Sydney in the meantime 2008, contains key works as of the artist’s decade-long practice. Titled “Not An Animal or a Plant,” the display contains sketches, canvases, text-based job and customized surfboards, all these have to turn out to be acquainted tropes in his masterpiece. The show is a fragment of that year’s Sydney Festival as well as is undoubtedly the occasion’s feature program organized transversely dual floors of the National Art School Gallery.
“Not An Animal or a Plant” symbols the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Australian Poll decision whether aboriginal Australians ought to be counted in the nationwide census survey. The Poll did not provide indigenous Australian citizenship rights or embrace them in the Australian Constitution.
For the essentially white viewers, Ah Kee’s gigantic acrylic, charcoal and portrait drawings on grey canvas, primarily of family and friends, can be a chastening hostile experience. More than a few of his artworks are enthused by black-and-white snapshots taken by an anthropologist also entomologist Norman Tindale courting back to the 1930s to 1960s. Tindale mapped some tribal clusters of aboriginal people, which directed him to inquiry the recognized theory that they were fundamentally roaming.
Ah, Kee’s assumption of Tindale’s snapshots is perceived in George Sibley (2008), who was the artist’s great-grandfather. The artist with immensely realistic style documents to recover the hygienic image and improve a coating of emotional intensity. The principally corrosive persistence of his sketches is often buried by Ah Kee’s excellent execution.