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As a Ngugi woman and descendant of the Quandamooka people of Moreton Bay, Elisa Jane Carmichael depicts the fauna and flora her family used for food and medicine. These are rendered in bright, ravey colours, and bold curves and dots. While Carmichael has shied away from earthy colours of clay, the paintings link bak to nature by telling the lifestory of each plan. 

Elisa Jane is now based in her home town of Brisbane after working as an artist in London, New York and India. 



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120 Collins St, Melbourne 3000

Telephone 03 9639 3110

Date 20 May 2013-21 Jun 2013

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