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Niah, with her son Darcey. Photo Jeff Dawson

Bangalow art gallery Ninbella, located at 19a Byron Street, is featuring artist Niah Juella McLeod until December 21.

The exhibit is named after one of her father’s books, Juella and Ngudgjung Ngulla.

Niah is pictured with her son Darcey. 


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