IF it grows on land, Granada artist Annabel Keatley has probably used it in her art.
Mixing her brightly-coloured oil paints with beeswax, sand and grasses is one of the award-winning artist’s trademark styles.
Her paper sculptures are made from locally-gathered fig, avocado leaves and esparto grass.
Now her work is going on display at Granada’s Galeria Cartel from May 21 to June 11.
And anyone interested can attend her papermaking workshop which is being held on May 21 at the same venue from 11am.
Call 618 213 781 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details and to book.
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