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Nalda Searles Drifting In My Own Land 2009 -2013

November 8, 2013

Sensational Australian Art –

Painter Nick Garrett

Nalda Searles Drifting In My Own Land 2009 -2013

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Nalda Searles Drifting In My Own Land was managed by ART ON THE MOVE and funded by Visions of Australia . It toured nationally to 18 venues between July 2009 and Febraury 2013.

the grass skull, a hollow form in an effort to understand the casing
 in which we live. grass stitched with linen thread. it is strong and resilient.
 a siphon or funnel stitched from grass and salvaged woollen blanket.
Its talking about the movement of energy, fire, life  moving from point to point a direction.
the balga blanket . i started this in 1995 and it was much sttiching. the xanthorrheoa bracts each have
7 stitches, this became a meditation. its about shelter , protection , camoflage of ones inner parts which are sensitive, its about how the land offers…

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