Ruth Graham is an artist and writer living and working in Adelaide. Her work has been appreciated in many Australian states as well as internationally. She won the Gomboc Sculpture Prize in Western Australia in 1993 and sold a major work to the Western Australian State Gallery that year and went on to exhibit widely, teaching textiles, drawing and print making in community and Indigenous art centres in the central and western deserts, cities and towns. Ruth Graham has a Diploma in Art and Design from the famous WA Claremont School of Art where she studied and exhibited with John Tarry, Tony Jones, Richard Merrito and Stuart Elliot among others.


Her background in sculpture lead her to learn basket making techniques from Nalda Searles and develop the techniques at Edith Cowan University then taking her skills and experience to many desert communities via Waltja Palyapayi Tjutangku in support of bridging…

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