Every tiny dot matters at this 'pointillism' art exhibition in KL


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A close-up of an artwork by Emila Yusof titled 'Family Trees' seen at the 'Nature Pointillism' group exhibition at the GMBB mall in KL. Photo: Emila Yusof

The Nature Pointillism exhibition at GMBB, a creative community mall in Kuala Lumpur, has opened up a whole new world for the four participating artists, who each come from different arts and publishing backgrounds.

The exhibition, presented by the Museum of Picture Book Art, features Mimi Salleh, Noorsa’adah Ahmad, Yan Yahya, and Zalila Isa, who were mentored by established artist-illustrator Emila Yusof.

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