NAOMI HOBSON SELLS OUT DEBUT SOLO AT ALCASTON
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.
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