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This Artwork is part of Koskela's current exhibition Cattle Station Christmas, featuring a curated collection of works from Keringke Arts, Tangentyere Artists, and Ngukurr Arts Centre.
Description: “I was thinking about painting in 2003, and I came to the Art Centre to start painting then. I didn’t know how to paint but, but my sister Amy taught me how to paint when I came to the Art Centre. I saw how she was doing the painting, and I started learning then, how to paint. I got some style from her, but after that I got my own style, different way, I got my own style then.”
Artist: Jill Daniels
Art Centre: Ngukurr Arts
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas (Framed in Tasmanian oak)
Dimensions: 630 x 480mm
Catalogue Number: ART-NAC-231-21
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