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Mandy Hilson: floor talk and exhibition

Mandy is a local artist from Congo who works with handmade paper to express her experiences of particular natural places. She selects specific plant fibres according to their characteristics to make paper pulp. She uses this pulp to make sheets of paper or sculptural pieces along with photographic images, inclusions, print or watercolour that together evoke the spirit of a place.

Artist floor talk: Thursday 20 July, 5pm to 6pm

Exhibition: 10 to 29 July 2017

Where: Moruya Library, Vulcan Street, Moruya

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