Lachlan River, our childhood dreams
"These are the dreams no one can ever take away from us no matter how much they try to brainwash us, with religion and other things.We couldn't wait until school was over so we could go down to our favourite swimming hole. To swim and catch yabbies, which we cooked right there on the river bank, how can we forget these dreams from the past which will be in our hearts forever."
Elaine Russell 1994
synthetic polymer paint on cardboard
73.2 x 99.9 cm sight; 94.8 x 120.8 x 2.1 cm frame
Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r. corner, white synthetic polymer paint "E. RUSSELL. 94".
Purchased with funds provided by the Australian Collection Benefactors' Program 1995
Not on display
© Elaine Russell
Where the work was made
New South Wales
Shown in 2 exhibitions
Referenced in 1 publication
Jonathan Jones, Tradition today: Indigenous art in Australia, 'Elaine Russell', pg. 128, Sydney, 2004, 128, 129 (colour illus.).