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Currently the Web Master for Primrose Paper Arts is Claire Brach

Edible Blooms

By Webmaster: Three of my favourite things; anything to do with paper (making, colouring, folding, printing, etc.), chocolate and champagne.  So imagine my delight when I received a surprise present containing all three yesterday. The company responsible for making these … Continue reading

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Sue Bradshaw: Recent work

The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability (the Coal Loader) is the face of sustainability at North Sydney Council.  Located on the Waverton waterfront, the Coal Loader is a place to relax, be inspired, grab a coffee or lunch, and learn.  … Continue reading

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North Sydney Council Art Prize: Finalists announced

We are delighted to announce the following members of Primrose Paper Arts have been selected as finalists for this prestigious art prize.        

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Exhibition Review – un:Seen

By Claire Brach This very varied textile-based exhibition had a wide range of techniques and skills on display, all referencing the theme of Unseen in some way.  The group of around 20 female artists put together a cohesive visual arrangement … Continue reading

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Amy Genser – Stunning rolled paper sculptures

Cafeteria installation, Alfred I DuPont Hospital for Children Connecticut-based Amy Genser uses rolled paper and acrylic paint to create topographic explorations of rocky and oceanic landscapes. Her sculptures reference natural forms and creatures such as barnacles, the tubular formation of … Continue reading

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A quick notification from Warringah Printmakers

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Miniature cut paper birds (and shoes)

India-based cut paper artists Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama have set out to construct 365 miniature bird species by the end of 2018. To form each work, they begin by cutting feathers, beaks, and talons from layers of paper and then using … Continue reading

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