by Kate McCarthy in New Art on Saturday 3 September 2011
I’ve loved Karlee Rawkins’ work for years, for its spontaneity, rawness and honesty. It has an edgy innocence reminiscent of Brett Whiteley, or is it just the recurrent zoo themes? Or the Sydney-ness?
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Don't show this again - I already like Lost At E Minor