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Teho Ropeyarn finalist in the 2014 National Works on Paper Award – Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

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Teho has been selected as a finalist into the bi-annual National Works on Paper Award held at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. Teho was one of 66 artists selected into the final award exhibition which was held at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. The work submitted and selected for this exhibitions was Yati Ayun Thinbarra, based on the creek that runs alongside his home town of Injinoo that meets the sea. The work specifically traces memories during low tide where kids would cross to the other side of the bank and play in the sand. During low tides the crocodiles would travel up the river. We would always watch out for crocs whilst swimming.

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