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Booker•Lowe Gallery - Contemporary aboriginal fine art of Australia - Now showing
 

Saturday, 27 March Friday, 30 April 2010

Where Creeks Cross

New Australian Aboriginal Paintings from Ikuntji

Opening Reception:             4:00 6:00 p.m.
                                             Saturday, 27 March 2010

The word "Ikuntji" means "where creeks cross" in the tribal language of the region. This exhibition will showcase 16 acrylics on canvas by leading and emerging female painters, all members of the Ikuntji Art Centre, a regional cooperative managed by Aboriginal women. The show includes paintings by Anmanari Napanangka, Benita Napurrula Multa, Daphne Napurrula , Keturah Nangala Zimran, Marinka Nangala Marshall, Mavis Nampitjinpa, Patricia Napurrula Multa, Benisa Napurrula Marks, Linda Napurrula Ngitanka, and Eunice Napanangka Jack.

Nana Booker, who heads the gallery and serves as Australia's Honorary Consul/Texas, said, "The artists of Ikuntji bring a unique vision to their work, translating the ever-changing colors of mountain landscapes into abstract paintings, some with seemingly simple but actually sophisticated color fields and forms. These contemporary paintings reflect both the traditional lands traveled by Australia's indigenous people for thousands of years and their evolving culture."


Always at Booker-Lowe . . .


Pippin Drysdale's Porcelains Arrive at the Australian Embassy in Washington DC

Sulphur Springs Tablescape - click to visit Pip's website

Booker-Lowe is proud to represent acclaimed Australian ceramist, Pip Drysdale, in the US, and shows her work on a regular basis. Pip has won countless awards, and has had important solo exhibitions in Japan, Germany, Belgium, France, India, Hong Kong, London, New Zealand, Russia, and throughout Australia.

The Australian Embassy in Washington DC, in conjunction with Booker-Lowe Gallery, is hosting Pip's first major US exhibition 10 February 8 April 2010, showcasing more than 200 stunning vessels and closed forms arranged in elegant tablescapes. Booker-Lowe will then bring part of the Embassy exhibition to Houston in late spring 2010.

Stay tuned to our website, or check out the new and exclusive website, www.PippinDrysdaleUSA.com, for images of the Embassy's exhibition and more information about Pip's Tanami Desert series, availability of works for purchase, etc.

Nana Booker
Honorary Consul of Australia



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