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SALLY ANDERSON

‘THESE PAINTINGS ARE MADE intaglio, with histories and figures sunk below their surface. They are like wombs or libraries—where gestation and absorption are tacitly implied.’ This is from Stella Rosa McDonald’s catalogue essay for my exhibition ‘Beside the Point, Beside Myself, Beside You’ at Olsen Gallery last year (2017), and it offers a nice insight into my work and process.

My paintings talk of relationship, context and metaphor. They

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