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The Art of William Ricketts

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The sculptures are a part of the bushland setting, they blend naturally with the tall ash trees and shaded ferns and moss. Ricketts had a keen sense of conservation, being as one with the land around him. He associated himself with the Pitjantjatjara and Arrernte Aborignal people of Central Australia, and his sculptures are of these people and their animals - maybe that is why they seem so natural in a bush setting.

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