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About primrosepaperarts

Currently the Web Master for Primrose Paper Arts is Claire Brach

Looking for Christmas gifts?

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Printing workshop

October 27/28 Printing from the Land with Gabriella Hegyers presented by Liz Jeneid at her studio 29-33 Stones Road Mt Kembla NSW 2526 Explore the natural and made environment using alternative printmaking methods onto fabric and paper.  Prints will be … Continue reading

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Exhibition: Drawn Together

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Sydney Craft Week is here!!

Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios is a not-for-profit gallery and arts centre that is self-funded and managed by Centrehouse Inc. with grant assistance from  Lane Cove Council, and they would like to invite you to participate in their wonderful … Continue reading

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Exhibition: Natural Collection

Manley Art Gallery & Museum is pleased to present An exhibition of prints from the pages of the collaborative artists’ book, Natural Collection, featuring the work of twenty-nine Warringah Printmakers Studio artists.  The images each show an artist’s view of … Continue reading

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Focusing on: Diana Brandt

By Webmaster I was recently at a PPA meeting and met Diana for the first time, although I knew of her through her folk art painting in the past.  She had with her some lovely handmade books she had recently … Continue reading

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Zhen Xian Bao – Chinese Thread Books

A friend kindly sent me a link to a blog showcasing the art of Chinese thread books.  The blog owner, Lesley, attended a workshop and produced a lovely layered book sample.  She demonstrates how it was constructed and shows how … Continue reading

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