Click Go The Shears
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Kay Kiely, 2006
Shearers at work in a shearing shed.
The frame is made from a bough from a eucalyptus tree growing in the artist's front yard, but is made to professional standards, with steel-reinforced joints.
Framed size: 600 x 840 mm
"The faces of Australian workers, miners, stockmen, aboriginal people and their customs, the outback, the red dirt, and Oh! of course always romance, fascinate me.
"Born in Kalgoorlie, had my babies in Darwin, worked in the Pilbara, the Kimberley, and the Gascoyne - red dirt is in my blood, and people are always in my mind, so that is what I paint."