Rags to artistic riches

29th September 2000 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Rags to artistic riches: Jac de Groot, from Hull, East Yorkshire, inspects the tree he created with scraps of material during a wokshop in his home town's Quay Art gallery. His inspiration came from the works of Ali Rhind who uses rags to make rugs and sculptures.

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