Naomi Hobson sells out debut solo at Alcaston - Art Collector

Naomi Hobson, Archer River Roadhouse, 2013. Synthetic polymer paint on linen, 196 x 196cm. Courtesy: the artist and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne

3 July 2013 | Far north Queensland artist Naomi Hobson has had a sell out debut exhibition, which was held at Alcaston Gallery in Melbourne last month.

Hobson's work has recently been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra. Her debut solo
I am Yikan displayed a vibrant body of work exploring the artist's connections to her traditional country around the Lockhart River in far north Queensland.

The exhibition was opened by Noel Pearson, a renowned lawyer, academic and land rights activist who founded the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership, as well as minister for the arts Tony Burke.


Alexandra Djurichkovic



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