My interview on Textile Curator

Posted: March 7, 2017 in Interviews
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SONY DSCNiki McDonald lives in Sydney, Australia. Her contemporary needlepoint tapestries explore the urban landscape and experience. ‘Faces, spaces and attitudes,’ are all themes in work which often depict strong women against a colourful background that includes cultural references to today’s society.

Follow this link to the interview

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