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Across the Desert: Aboriginal Batik From Central Australia

Judith Ryan, Curator
Format
Book
Edition
1st ed
Published
Melbourne : National Gallery of Victoria, 2008.
Language
English
ISBN
9780724102990, 072410299X
Contents
  • Learning together and staying strong at Ernabella by Hilary Furlong
  • Batik lines flow over sand dune country: Kaltjiti arts by Diana James
  • Drawn together: The Utopia batik phenomenon by Julia Murray
  • Warlpiri sensibility and grace: Yuendumu batik by Felicity Wright
  • Before Painting: The Kintore Batiks by Marina Strocchi
  • Bush Couture--Bringing the bush to town by Katie Somerville
  • Footprints in the red dirt: Reflections by Linda Jackson
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    a| Director's foreword / Gerard Vaughan -- Sponsor's foreword / Bernie Brookes -- Prelude to canvas: batik cadenzas wax lyrical / Judith Ryan -- Colour plates -- Tjungu nintiringanyi munu kunpu kanyini Ernabella-Ia: learning together and staying strong at Ernabella / Hilary Furlong -- Batik lines flow over sand dune country: Kaltjiti Arts / Diana James -- Drawn together: the Utopia batik phenomenon / Julia Murray -- Warlpiri sensibility and grace: Yuendumu batik / Felicity Wright -- Before painting: the Kintore batiks / Marina Strocchi -- Bush couture: brining the bush to town / Katie Somerville -- Footprints in the red dirt: reflections / Linda Jackson -- Biographies and checklist -- Chronology.
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