ABORIGINAL ART

Julie Woods Baker

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[fusion_text]Julie Woods Baker[/fusion_text][fusion_text]Julie Woods is a Pitjantjatjara woman living in Kanpi community, a small settlement in the far north west of South Australia. Her mother is Elaine Woods and her grandmother is Maringka Baker. Julie is married to Lance Peck and they have one child.[/fusion_text][fusion_text][/fusion_text]
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