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Gathering of dreams : a collection of works by Aboriginal artists / Dale Weston and Sally Harrison
Bib ID 4663677
Format BookBook
Author
Weston, Dale, 1955-
 
Description Caboolture, Qld. : True Blue Books, c2008 
104 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), ports. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9780980290769
Summary

Dale Weston and Sally Harrison are two of the most prolific and respected Indigenous artists in south-east Queensland. They first met in 2004 when they shared an exhibition of their work at the Ipswich Art Gallery. Now they have joined forces once again to produce this book which is a vivid record of some of their best work.

Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian.  |  Art, Australian -- Aboriginal artists -- Queensland.  |  Art - Exhibitions.  |  Bomaderry (NSW S Coast SI56-09)
Other authors/contributors Harrison, Sally
Available From True Blue Books, PO Box 1256, Caboolture QLD 4510 

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