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Cheryl Davison work becomes a national treasure

First it was the Art Gallery of NSW and then came the National Gallery of Australia but the 'hat-trick' for Tilba resident and Yuin artist, Cheryl Davison is the recent purchase by the National Museum of Australia of her painting Gulaga.

Above: Gulaga acrylic on canvas 91 x 183 cm - published with the kind permission of the artist. Cheryl is delighted with the acquisition as Gulaga is a much loved mountain that features often in her art and in her story telling.

Above: Yuin artist, Cheryl Davison during her exhibition at Gallery Bodalla Following a very successful exhibition at Ivy Hill earlier this year Cheryl is back in the studio preparing for her next show in September at the Ivy Hill Gallery at Wapengo.

Cheryl has also just launched her site Mirrighan & Murrah

#Arts #Weekly #Bega #Tilba #Community #Paper

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