Opening reception held 6-8 p.m. Sept. 4, exhibit continues through October, at Florida Mining Gallery, Southside.

Finally – a papercut that won’t leave you sucking your finger. Florida Mining Gallery is showcasing Japanese-born Jacksonville artist Hiromi Moneyhun’s paper-cut art exhibition, Under the Rose, elaborate female forms cut carefully from single and quite sizeable sheets of paper. Her unique medium crosses (or cuts) straight through the limitations of dimension, utilizing flat sheets of paper adorned with carefully chosen absences, all coming together to create an art form that plays with its own shadow cast upon the walls. 

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