Self-taught paper artist Yvonne Ledingham can't wait to share a year of her life with the region, as her largest exhibition so far opens at Warialda's Ceramic Break Sculpture Park this weekend.
An unusual medium, Yvonne breaks down paper or fabric into pulp, which she colours and forms into eclectic and vibrant mixed media artworks.
"It can be a really fine, gossamer-like, almost seeing through it, to more rippled, perforated, almost sculptural," she said.
"The work that's on display is the biggest lot of stuff I've ever done. I've exhibited before a few of these pulp paintings, but I've spent the last year working towards this exhibition."
Yvonne fell in love with the craft around 40 years ago in a Toowoomba workshop. Thanks to her resourceful uncle, husband and father; she soon had a wide range of equipment to create pulp works.
Yvonne's pieces will be exhibited at Ceramic Break Sculpture Park from this Saturday, April 27.