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Sculpture including Fibre

A broad range of sculptural works including ceramics from the Hermannsburg Potters dating to the early 1990s, a major collection of Tjanpi Desert Weavers including some of the earliest developments from 1996 are a highlight as well as soft sculptures from Yarrenyty Arltere art centre.

AC 1994:026
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from the Central Australian Aboriginal Art and Craft Exhibition (Desert Mob) 1994
AC 1995:002
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from the Central Australian Aboriginal Art and Craft Exhibition (Desert Mob) 1995
AC 2001:022
Araluen Art Collection. Purchased 2001
AC 2003:014
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2003
AC 2004:013
Araluen Art Collection. Purchased 2004
AC 2004:018
Araluen Art Collection. Purchased 2004
AC 2004:086
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2004 through the Cultural Gifts Fund, with a donation from Lance and June Robinson.
AC 2004:093
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2004
AC 2011:012
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2011
AC 2011:013
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2011
AC 2012:008
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2012
AC 2013:002
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2013
AC 2014:010
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2014
AC 2014:011
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2014
AC 2014:002
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2014
AC 2014:013
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2014
AC 2014:014
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2014
AC 2014:015
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2014
AC 2015:003
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2015
AC 2015:004
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2015
AC 2015:005
Araluen Art Collection. Acquired from Desert Mob 2015

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