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Margaret Grossman Pullen is a local, having been born and educated in Wangaratta.

Margaret began designing and making garments at the age of eight. Yes, making clothes for her doll Shirley. She has been creating and making articles since the age of eleven.

In 2001 Margaret began a Diploma in Visual Art, and has continued to create many vibrant brightly coloured, interesting and individual works in fabric, wire and felt for exhibitions within the region, including a solo exhibition at St.Leonards Winery Wahgunyah in March, 2008.

This exhibition of her work displays sensitivity and feeling as she creatively works with natural fabrics to make often brightly coloured individual garments, hats for the Oaks Day races and a selection of sculptured works.

Margaret’s unique personalised style is worthy of a visit.

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