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Desert Mob lays out the legacy
Nicolas Rothwell
The Australian
13 September 2012
Indigenous award becalmed in stagnant water
Nicolas Rothwell
The Australian
13 August 2012
Don’t fence me in: thrust of artworks parries need for barriers
Robert Nelson
SMH
18 July 2012
Trees hide secrets endangered by success
Nicolas Rothwell
The Australian
20 June 2012
Western Desert in Bloom
Gary Cox
SBS LIving Black
3 April 2011
Mysteries of desert kings stay concealed among the trees
Nicolas Rothwell
The Australian
1 March 2012
Serpentine course of a desert life
Nicolas Rothwell
The Australian
20 June 2011
Green at Darwin’s Outstation
Skye Raabe
Art Monthly
May 2011
Hector Burton featured as one of the 50 most collectable artists in Australia
Art Collector
January - March 2011
Grief Inspires Sacred Paintings
Nicolas Rothwell
The Australian
17 March 2011
APY Lands project involves young and old
Jeremy Eccles
Aboriginal Art News
23 March 2011
The Stories of the Elders
Apolline Kohen
Australian Art Review
Mar - April 2011
High Quality Indigenous Art Praised
Nicola Gage
ABC News
21 March 2011
Exhibition Honours Aboriginal Leader
Nicola Gage
The World Today (ABC Radio National)
18 March 2011
Indigenous Artists Find Steady Income
ABC News
12 October 2010
Painting the Song of the Land
Nicolas Rothwell
The Australian
29 October 2009
Tjala Arts featured as one of the top five art centres to watch
Art Collector, Issue 47
January - March 2009
The way it’s always been and the ways of the future
KIERAN FINNANE
Alice Springs News
10 September 2012
Big profits? It's a pigment of the imagination
Sarah Martin
The Australian
3 June 2013
Desert artists draw a line in the sand
Meaghan Wilson-Anastasios
The Age
4 May 2013
One desert star brighter than rest
Nicolas Rothwell
The Australian
21 October 2013