Darwin Daze | Author: Bernard Ollis
A 26 year old graduating student from The Royal College of Art, London, goes on the journey of a lifetime to take up the position of lecturer in drawing and painting at The Darwin Community College, Northern Territory, Australia.
The year is 1976 and the young, enthusiastic, but naive young man travels from Chelsea (a suburb in London) to Casuarina (a suburb of Darwin), Nothing could prepare the young adventurer for what would lay ahead.?The memoirs are accompanied by 33 photographs, paintings and oil pastel works, many in full colour. In addition, Bernard has produced 23 pen and ink drawings specifically for this book.
23.7 x 16cm
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