From the exposure and interest generated at the Brooklyn Arts Festival the paintings in the White Rope series began their journey across America. Her oil painting Ron Richards I was an award winner at the National Art Museum of Sport (NAMOS), Indianapolis, where it remains on show till February 2012. The judges praised her unique, masterful oil painting technique ©Spectral Kinetic Realism in which she paints the subjects’ individual colour temperature with layered transparent colours.
On viewing the works at NAMOS the owners of Gerry Gallery in Connecticut wanted the White Rope series to continue their cultural exchange. The gallery, only an hour from the boxing heartland of Brooklyn, have selected key works from the series to be on exhibition from March 2012.
This satellite network of shows will culminate in Sydney for NAIDOC Week 2012. Plans are unfolding to showcase this profound art and harness oral history causeways simultaneously in multiple venues. Discussions with NAIDOC committee members, local council representatives and gallerists are well underway. The inspiration is to transpose with oil paint, soundscapes and new media the profound journey of these Aboriginal Australians engaged in an iconic western sport.
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