REVIEW VISUAL ARTS: The Mystical Language of Patterns

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Gordana Andjelic-Davila

Henna has been used over the centuries for many traditional and commercial purposes, the most common being as a dye for hair, fingernails, and of course skin.

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Gordana Andjelic-Davila is an Arts Hub contributor based in Melbourne. Find her on Twitter @flyinggondola