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Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
Helen Musselwhite
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  • 1. HELEN MUSSELWHITE
  • 2. Meet the artist I collect… shoes I don’t wear very often I can’t live without… paper, my computer, my partner, my dog Our house is filled with… little scraps of paper that the dog steals from my studio. I treasure my… family I love what I do because… I can create to my hearts content
  • 3. Helen Musselwhite creates highly individual and visually appealing framed paper sculptures.Each piece combines intricate hand cut layers of coloured paper and strong graphic images arranged to make interesting and intriguing scenes in box frames. This process means that each item of work is truly individual with no two pieces the same.Influenced by the natural world each piece is manipulated to become an intriguing place, a glimpse into another world of fiction and fairytale.”
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  • 32. More lovely designs on her website. Ariatta pps www.helenmusselwhite.com

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