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Gracie Morton

Gracie is well known for her representation of the Bush Plum at different stages of its harvest.

The warm colours depict ripe plums fallen to the ground, whereas the lighter colours represent unripe fruit or flowers. The darker dotted lines which move across the canvas depict the harvesting of the fruit, and the sweeping movement of collecting the ripe plums to take back to the camp.

Her work has been displayed in a number of private exhibitions including Araluen Centre of the Arts, Alice Springs 1985, 1986, 1991, 1992, 1996, exhibitions in Germany, Italy, and The Francais Alliance in Canberra 1999 2001, The 8th National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition 1991 and 'Utopia-A Picture Story' Tandanya National Aboriginal Exhibition 1989.

Collections include: Beher-Sammulung, Reimers-Stiftung, Deidesheim, Robert Holmes a Court - Perth, Slaughter and May International Law - London.

Artist's Work
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