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  • Travels in Australia: Paruku

    Travels in Australia: Paruku — Part 6 of 6

    October 23, 2011   |   By William L. Fox

    At the end of the two-and-a-half weeks in Paruku, the painters from Mulan and the visiting artists, the writers and conservationists, the scientists and local Aboriginal rangers, had created a layered and linked body of work unlike anything I’ve witnessed elsewhere. A fine trope for it all was the portfolio to be created by Basil... View Post

  • Travels in Australia: Paruku

    Travels in Australia: Paruku — Part 5 of 6

    October 16, 2011   |   By William L. Fox

    The men’s painting of the dingo tracks along Parnkupirti Creek took days. At first, each of the five artists picked up one of the five panels and sat apart, painting his own style onto the canvas. By the end of the first day the panels were beginning to come alive with rich patterned color–but none... View Post

  • Travels in Australia: Paruku

    Travels in Australia: Paruku — Part 4 of 6

    October 5, 2011   |   By William L. Fox

    One morning Kim Mahood drove out from Mulan with a five-canvas template-map of Parnkupirti Creek, one of the feeders into Lake Gregory, to the site along the creek where the Australian geomorphologist Jim Bowler discovered the oldest human artifact on the continent. It’s also the site where the major Dreaming story of region, Two Dingoes... View Post


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