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The imagery in the Somewhere In Our Historical Memory series includes wallpaper patterns and details from two different engravings: one by an anonymous artist working from a water colour by Charles Heaphy of the scene for the week-long meeting in 1853 between local iwi and the authorities from Auckland to discuss conditions for allowing the diggings on the Coromandel goldfields; the second of British soldiers carrying firewood on a stretcher near Petone.

All acrylics on canvas. 
Meeting on the Beach  1988 (detail)
acrylic on canvas
While Others Decide  1987
acrylic on canvas
In the collection of Victoria University of Wellington
exhibited Adam Art Gallery, VUW, 2015

It Comes to Mind V  1995


acrylic on canvas

Somewhere in Our Historical Memory
- Blue  1994
acrylic on canvas
Private Collection
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