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An exhibition of works in paper by the members of Primrose Paper Arts.
Unfolding is a diverse showcase of artworks exploring post COVID-19 themes of change and recovery and is symbolic of the new world developing in the times our society is working through. On display are a variety of creative expressions including artist books, drawing, printmaking, installation, photography, and sculpture which reflect unique approaches and innovative methods in the medium of paper. All the artists are members of Primrose Park Paper Arts Inc.
Image: Judith Wilson, Fantale, 2020, knitted handspun paper embedded in paper pulp
Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby 2068 View Map
2 Small Street ,
Anna Russell, Red Bowl, 2020, pulp paper and charcoal.jpg
Diana Brandt, Unfolding, My Story (detail), 2020, handmade papers, huon pine, monoprints, lino prints, rusting.jpg
Marina Mavritsky, Acanthus, 2020, handmade paper.jpg
Melissa Harvey, Possibilities, 2020, paper made from recycled cotton.jpg
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An immersive and collaborative art installation inspired by the beliefs of animism.
An exhibition of landscape paintings by Peter Finlay.
An exhibition of installation, assemblage, painting and mixed media presented by seven artists.
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Willoughby City Council acknowledges the traditional inhabitants of the land on which we stand, the Aboriginal people, their spirits and ancestors. We acknowledge the vital contribution that Indigenous people and cultures have made and still make to the nation that we share, Australia.
Willoughby City Councillors voted to endorse the Uluru Statement From the Heart.