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Cover art from the nine editions of ANZJAT. Statements that accompanied the works in the editions of ANZJAT.Michael Leunig, A picture of innocence, 2006
This work was courtesy of the artist. It appeared in the Age newspaper in Melbourne on Australia Day, 26 January 2006.
Nanette Lela’ulu, Condemned, 2006, Acrylic on canvas
Mariana Torkington, Rebirth, 2007
Chen Ying Ying, Earthquake of Soul, 2008
Jan Newell, Resurrection quilt, 2000-2009
Simone Clare, Movement, 2010
Marilyn Davis-Moore, The Emerging Donkey and the Reality Principle, 2011, Felted wool, stitch and photo transfer
Nona Cameron, Matchbox moments: 11 days of a year in reflection, 2012-13, Cardboard matchboxes and glued collage elements
Julia Pasifull Oh, Red Moon, 2013, Arches 300gsm rough paper, poster paint, 2mm edding calligraphy pen
“The older women are wearing red ochre for ceremony, are teaching the younger women about the laws of living for women. The lessons are passed on in song, ceremony and storytelling.”
The image reflects my reaction to the shared art experientials and presentations by therapists with diverse and deep knowledge while smoke from bush fires turned the moon red. The black lines represent not only the smoke but also the inspiration flowing through the conference.