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Great Divide – Works on Paper by Julie Manning

by Julie Manning
Dangar Falls with White Goshawk – Charcoal, Acrylic and Pastel on paper (diptych) – 2m x 1.3m 2017
Split Rock and Ash – Charcoal, Acrylic and Pastel on paper – 1m x 1.3m 2017
Styx River – Charcoal, Acrylic Pastel on paper – 1.2m x 1m 2017
Western Plains – Charcoal and Acrylic on Paper – 1.2m x 1.4m 2017

All art works on this page copyright © Julie Manning 2017.  No reproduction without permission.

Published: May 2017
Julie Manning

is an Australian painter and poet currently living and working in Victoria. She was born in Sydney, grew up in northern NSW, and currently works from a studio in Brunswick, Melbourne. Much of her work draws inspiration from the Australian landscape and its birds and animals, and the work featured here will be included in an exhibition planned for 2018.

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