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Waterholes (embossed handmade paper), framed art

$99.00 ex GST

This artwork focussed on the waterholes of the MacIntyre River is made by Leonie Binge.  The handmade paper is embossed with  ‘waterholes’ motif.  The unique work is small and easy to hang on its own or in a pair with a complementary themed work.  For a larger presentation gift a group of four works is ideal for the office or small meeting room in a shared corporate space.

Dimensions: 3 x 23cm x 23 cm

Materials: Handmade cotton paper, plantation grown timber, glass front, fabric mat and metal tabs

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Product Description


Artist: Leoine Binge, Euraba Papermakers

About the artist:

Leonie Binge is one of the Euraba Indigenous Artists and Paper Makers. This group has been making paper by hand since 1998. The company was founded by the Goomeroi people of Toomelah and Boggabilla, New South Wales (NSW). The artwork themes selected by the artists of the Euraba Paper Company are a reflection of the flora and fauna around the MacIntyre River in Northern NSW.  The name Boggabilla comes from Gamilaraay bagaaybila language meaning “full of creeks”.

This work is produced by Corban Blair who have been collaborating with the Euraba Paper Company for over 10 years. The work comes in a handmade carbon neutral white slim box frame on a grey fabric mat. Each print comes in a gift box with artist details.

Additional Information

Weight 0.605 kg
Dimensions 23 x 23 cm