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Floor Talk: The art of Moochin'
The Ian Potter Centre
NGV Australia at Federation Square
"Twentieth Century Australian Art"
Level 2: Gallery 7
August 7, 2010 @ 12:30pm

Clifton Pugh's biographer discussed his landscape painting with references to The shooting of wild dogs , painted in the bush in 1958 at Dunmoochin, his famous artists' collective at Cottles Bridge.
The brochure produced by Sally Morrison is
available here (pdf, 381KB)

After Fire in The Canberra Times
28 November 2009
PANORAMA, pages 6 and7
"Fine brush with fame"

Read about Pugh and his art (886KB jpg image file)

After Fire in The Age,
National Times on line "Memories of Clifton Pugh" on 7 October 2009.
You will need to scroll across the pictures at the bottom of the screen until you find

Contains links to a poem written by Sally ten years after Clif's death, when she started researching her biography and a small selection of Clif's art work.

After Fire - Exhibition
a selection of bush paintings by Clifton Pugh
to celebrate both the painter and the publication of his biography.

This exhibition closed on September 18 2009 but the informative brochure is still available (pdf, 270KB)

After Fire on the ABC
See the 7.30 Report "Remembering Clifton Pugh" as broadcast on 9 September 2009.

This link provides both a transcript of the program and a link to the streaming video.