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Tag Archives: Brenda Livermore
With a wide range of work on display from a group of around 23 artists this exhibition will have something for everyone. Primrose Paper Arts members Barbara Schey and Brenda Livermore are part of this group and will be exhibiting … Continue reading
We had a very industrious get together this week, and everyone was super busy. Let’s have a look at what some of us were up to. Soyoun Our new member Soyoun was eager to get started and learn how to … Continue reading
The internal musings of a Primrose Paper Arts member By Claire Brach It seems longer, but was in fact only 2 weeks ago that all members exhibiting in our Shadow and Light exhibition got together to deliver their artworks and … Continue reading
Webmaster Note: We are delighted that our member Brenda Livermore is taking part in this event, showcasing some of her amazing basketry techniques.
Three Primrose Paper Arts members – Louise Gilchrist, Brenda Livermore and Anne Numont – have had works selected for this exhibition, which opens on Wednesday 15th March.
By Louise Gilchrist: Last weekend Ang Marynissen and I braved the rain and traffic and crossed the bridge to visit “Making a Mark”, an exhibition at “Balmain Watch House Gallery”. The exhibition featured the work of six amazing Printmakers, including … Continue reading