Stories, Family, Place
The Australian landscape, from the local Brindabella Ranges to the Central Desert and the Kimberley, has inspired Anita McIntyre’s ceramics practice for over forty years. In her paper clay forms and vessels, she combines observation and memory with historical and topographical references that visually express her relationship to the land. Recent travels to Cambodia and Vietnam are also inspiration for this new body of work with “the overwhelming presence of Angkor Wat so similar to the overwhelming presence of the Kimberley”. Anita’s work is represented in collections throughout Australia, including the Canberra Museum and Art Gallery and Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
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