- Repository National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
- Reference ORAL TRC 1200
- Date Range 11-Sep-82 - 11-Sep-82
Summers speaks about the first time she met the artist Keith Looby; her reaction to the suggestion that he paint her portrait; she describes Looby’s technique to painting her portrait using photographs and sketches that he made of her; she describes what the portrait looked like in the early stages and how it changed each session; her opinion as to why Looby painted McGuinness in the background of the painting; discusses certain aspects of Looby’s works e.g. Looby using dolls as symbols in his work and also his habit of using ambiguous titles for his paintings.
- Access Access open for research, personal copies and public use.
- Finding Aid Transcript available (transcript, 20 leaves)