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Expired Event - Habitat - An Exhibition by Annette Minchin - 16 Dec 2017

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Habitat - An Exhibition by Annette Minchin

When:
Every day until Sun 25 Feb 2018
Time:
9.30am – 4.30pm
Cost:
Free Entry
Details:
From her studio on the edge of Lake Menindee, Annette Minchin witnesses the fragility of the landscape with dead river red gums providing refuge for wildlife: reptiles, birds and insects. In Habitat, Annette explores the intricacy of the landscape using gouache on paper, found materials hand sewn onto rice paper, artist books with digital prints on acrylic sheet, recycled papers and rice papers.
Location:
Visitor Centre
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden
Bells Line of Road
Mount Tomah
Contact:
Blue Mountains Botanic Garden on
  (02) 4567 3000

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