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4 Australian Tapestry Weavers
By Anne Jackson


below: Robyn Mountcastle, Stripped No.10 (Christ is stripped of his garments), 10cm x 10cm, 20cm x 20cm framed.




below: Robyn Mountcastle, Nailed No.11  (Christ is nailed to the cross), 10cm x 10cm, 20cm x 20cm framed.




below: Tim Gresham, Liquid Module II, 60x60cm 2008 wool linen cotton




below: Tim Gresham, Maquette II, 15x15cm 2007 wool cotton




below: Tim Gresham, Maquette III, 15x15cm 2007 wool cotton




below: Tim Gresham, Maquette IV, 15x15cm 2007 wool cotton




Review: Land, Art And The Sacred: Three Perspectives
By Lyn Hart


Curated and conceived by Claire Park, head of Tucson’s Pima Community College Art Department’s color and fiber areas, the exhibit “Land, Art And The Sacred: Three Perspectives” at the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery on PCC’s West Campus. … The work of these artists from Anglo, Aboriginal Australian, and Native American cultures reveals their reaction and connection to the beauty of cherished lands as conceptualized from the cultural and spiritual foundations in their lives.



below: Clair Park, The Red Center, 66" x 30" woven linen




below: Clair Park, Two Continents: One Pacific, 68" x 30" woven linen




below: Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi, Grandmother Country, 48" x 78" acrylic on linen Courtesy: Boomerang Art Gallery




below: Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi, Grandmother Country, 48" x 36" acrylic on linen Courtesy: Boomerang Art Gallery




below: D.Y. Begay, Pollen Path, 26" x 36.5" wool




below: D.Y. Begay, Red Earth, 19" x 38" wool




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