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Now Open: Desert Dots Exhibition, 18 Dec - 10 Feb 2016

December 21, 2015 1 min read

Desert Dots is an exhibition of unique composition. Featuring iconic and timeless dot paintings it draws attention to the authority dots are in Utopia aboriginal art despite the movement being known for less traditional elements.

The collection features twenty three of these iconic artworks, and new gems, each one hand painted by twelve very different Utopia artists, depicting a variety of Dreaming stories.

Visit our exhibition to read about the diversity of aboriginal art in Utopia and view the collection.

From the Utopia Lane team, we hope you enjoy. 


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