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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 The Apotheosis of Ern Malley
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A collection of four paintings and nine pottery urns (the latter in collaboration with Lino Alvarex) inspired by Shead's deep identification with Ern Malley. The urns are engraved (through sculpture or painting) with the texts of Malley poems.

The collection was first exhibited at Australian Galleries, Paddington from 28 October - 21 November 2003 and later at Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Gymea from 4 December 2004 - 6 February 2005.

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First known date: ca. 2003

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The Poet Who Never Lived Can Be Such an Inspiration Angela Bennie , 2003 single work column
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 28 October 2003; (p. 12)
Shead explains his fascination with the 'life' of Ern Malley and the inspiration he drew from that life in the paintings and pottery urns that were exhibited at Australian Galleries, Paddington during October-November 2003.
The Poet Who Never Lived Can Be Such an Inspiration Angela Bennie , 2003 single work column
— Appears in: The Sydney Morning Herald , 28 October 2003; (p. 12)
Shead explains his fascination with the 'life' of Ern Malley and the inspiration he drew from that life in the paintings and pottery urns that were exhibited at Australian Galleries, Paddington during October-November 2003.
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