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Lewis John Knox

The Burnt Bridge Mission Exhibition

DOB: 15 July 1947

I have been interested in painting since I was a small boy with cerebral palsy and polio.

When I reached adulthood I worked with Macleay Options, a service provider for people with disabilities.

I attend a disability group in Kempsey known as KOGS.  As part of our weekly program I attend a living skills workshop with Macleay Options where we paint on a more serious level telling our stories through our art works.

Current Exhibitions and Experience

2010-12

Naidoc Week Exhibitions

2011

30 x 30cm Christmas Exhibiton Dunghutti Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery (DNAAG)

2012

Joint Exhibition at Dunghutti Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery titled ‘Burnt Bridge’ 30 x 30cm Christmas Exhibition at DNAAG

2013

Kempsey Shire Art Prize

Naidoc Exhibition DNAAG

30 x 30 Christmas Exhibition DNAAG

2014

Burnt Bridge Mission Exhibition, Armidale Aboriginal Cultural Centre and    Keeping Place & Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre

I am currently working on another body of work to share my stories as an aboriginal child with a disability growing up in the Macleay Valley.

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