By Rev Rex A E Hunt
During the first days of winter last year Dylis and I were in Canberra and decided to visit the National Gallery. I particularly wanted to view and experience the Indigenous Art Triennial display called ‘Ceremony’. Featured were the works of 38 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from across Australia, which revealed how ceremony sits at the nexus of Country, culture, and community.
But just before we entered the first of several ‘Ceremony’ display areas we passed some other paintings also on display. And among that display were several by the late Australian artist, Margaret Preston (1875–1963).
The compltete talk can be read here.