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“Robert Dickerson is quite well loved in Newcastle,” Loretta Morton says. “Visitors will come to the gallery and ask to see Guy, a portrait of his son held in our permanent collection, or a Whiteley, or a Margaret Olley.”
Rew Hanks has won the $16,000 first prize in the Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award with his two-metre-long linocut, Gone Fishing East of Faskrudsfjordur.
Surrounded by a verdant garden, a simple garage conversion clad in plywood makes a small but sufficient space for Yvette Coppersmith’s painting practice.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s suburban dream of Broadacre City is the nightmare within which many of us in the developed Western world now seem to live.
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