Robyn Hills and I go back many, many years. She was not only an AIPP Australian Professional Photographer of the Year, she handled the publicity for the AIPP for a few years and I have her to thank for finding myself on television, being interviewed by the late Bert Newton after I won the same award.
Robyn has recently published a small book called Dots of Life, Aboriginal Artists of Central Australia. Its 250 pages contain 100 portraits of Aboriginal artists, 100 Indigenous paintings and 14 superb landscapes. The rocks at Juka Juka, north-west of Yuendumu are remarkable, but so are the paintings by the artists and a wonderful source of inspiration in terms of colour and design. Aerial photographers will be very interested! So will portrait photographers interested in doing a project of their own - lots of reasons to purchase a copy and help out a photographer who has published a book!
The book comes in a choice of soft ($54) or hard cover ($87), the latter including a presentation box (156x218x23 mm), it's printed in Australia and Robyn says it would make a perfect gift. Further details can be found on her website at https://robyngraphs.com.au/products/aboriginal-artists-of-central-australia-dots-of-life/