English sculptor, Deborah van der Beek sculpture
May 9th, 2008
"My interest in the Ned Kelly story dates back to my art school days in the 70s," says Deborah.
"I bought a Sydney Nolan screen print with the £100 my parents gave me for not smoking before I was 21. I was inspired to use Ned Kelly as a subject by the Peter Carey book True History of the Kelly Gang."
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