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Bodypaint Installation by Emma Hack Emma Hack (born 1972) is an...





















Bodypaint Installation by Emma Hack

Emma Hack (born 1972) is an Australian artist working in the unique medium of body paint installation and photography. Exhibiting extensively throughout Australia since 1999, Emma’s astounding artworks have since captured the attention of collectors and art lovers worldwide. 

Emma has received great acclaim for her refined body paint camouflage technique; her work evokes a rich array of visual narrative and magical realism. Her Facebook and Twitter .


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