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he r identity, Linda’s art wo rk explores
the u niversal issue of iden tity an d
ho mecoming thro u gh an assemblage
of family narratives.
Artwork | The Wedding Par ty is a
symbolic represen tation of o u r basic
lon gings fo r love an d a cceptance
from our life partner and community
of family and frie nds. The horse
symbolises the jo urn ey, the child
and an imals bring inn ocen ce and
con stan cy with them. This painting
ex presses an event full of seriousness,
yet hope for the future arrival at a
place they can call home.
Details | Oil and wax on ca nvas
and board, 94x162cm
Easter Exhibition, March 27-April 15,
The Studio Galler y.
21. LOUISE NUMINA
Bush Medicine Leaf | $9750
Artist | Louise Numina was taught to
paint by her internation ally ren own ed
au nts Gloria ( ‘Qu een of the leaf
painters’ ) an d Kathleen Petyarre, and
holds a diploma in Fine Arts from
Nor thern Territo r y University.
Artwork | This crafted piece depicts
kurrajong medicine leaves swirling
on the sand in the deser t breeze.
The leaves are boiled to ma ke a
medicinal bush tea, while the residue
is cru shed an d mixed with kan garoo
or emu fat to make an ointment that
relieves aches an d pain s.
Details | Acrylic on canvas,
Desert Aspects in Black and White,
until Ma rch 31, Aboriginar t Indigenous
Fine Art Gallery.
22. MAUREEN HUDSON
Fire Drea ming | NFS
Artist | As a Warlpiri woman,
Maureen H udson’s paintings draw on
traditio nal Warlpiri Dreaming stories,
and in corporate her own distin ctive
sense of colour and innovative
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