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In the 1980s he started making computer prints, and was possibly the first established Australian painter to use this medium.
Daws grew up on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, and from 1970 until 2010, lived by the Glasshouse Mountains at Beerwah on the edge of a Queensland rainforest, where many of his best-known works were created.
Recent Shows and Work
Adelaide Festival, Feb-March 2008 - Major retrospective Drawings, Prints, 1947–2007
- Sorensen, Rosemary (16 February 2010). "Lawrence Daws: dreamscapes of an epic journey". The Australian. Sydney: News Ltd.
their Owl Creek house in the nearby Glasshouse Mountains, where many of Daws's best-known works were created
- McDonald, John. "Lawrence Daws". STUDIO: Australian Painters on the Nature of Creativity. Photography by R. Ian Lloyd. Singapore: R. Ian Lloyd Productions. ISBN 978-981-05-7466-6.
- "Artist Biography - Lawrence Daws". Adelaide: Greenhill Galleries. 2005.
- Weston, Neville (1982). Lawrence Daws. New Zealand: A.H. and A.W. Reed. ISBN 0-589-50355-3.
- Daws's home page
- Artworks Feature: Lawrence Daws (Transcript of one-hour interview), Artworks, ABC Radio National, Sunday 18 May 2008. "One of the grand masters of the Australian art scene" - Julie Copeland.
- Grafico Topico review of Lawrence Daws 1999 exhibition
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