Georgia Russell < Index of Artists Georgia Russell Georgia Russell is a Scottish artist who slashes, cuts and dissects printed matter, transforming books, music scores, maps, newspapers and photographs. Russell has been represented by England & Co since she graduated from the Royal College of Art, and her numerous solo and group exhibitions with the gallery have led to her work being acquired by The Victoria and Albert Museum and lent to exhibitions in museums in Europe, Canada and the USA, including the Museum of Art & Design, New York for Slash: Paper Under the Knife in 2009-10.
Jungmo Kwon SUP.SOG, new lighting by Jungmo Kwon, evokes the forest through imagery and the use of cardboard. The designer extends the life of the humble packing material by using the poetry of light to convey a sense of peace and nature. The intention is twofold: to be more aware of the materials we throw away and to remember the natural chaos found within nature. + jungmokwon.blogspot.com Chapter II - Portafolio de Lorenzo M. Durán And all of the sudden, I saw a caterpillar eating a leaf and that small animal gave me the idea of cutting the leaves as it had been done with paper for so long; so, I studied that other technique first, until I developed my own "leaf cutting art" using a surgical scalpel. And here are the first pieces that I managed to finish. A little bit more skilled in cutting with a scalpel, I begin developing new designs. This was a particularly fruitful period in cutting vegetable leaves, through which I have come to this stage where I'm starting to get more from inside myself.
Paper Birds by Diana Beltran Herrera. - All About Papercutting Diana Beltran Herrera is a super talented artist born in Colombia. At only 27 years of age, she has a solid body of work with paper as her primary medium. Diana studied Design at the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University in Bogota, Colombia where she graduated in 2010. She then studied experimental painting and moved to Helsinki, Finland in 2011 to study Ceramic Sculpture at Suomenkielinen School.
Chloe Giordano Illustration Fin (although I might add some plants and flowers later) recreating-yours-truly asked: Your embroidery is mind-blowing! Paper Cut Shadow Boxes Illuminated by Light Mar 24, 2014 Artist duo Hari & Deepti (Harikrishnan Panicker, Deepti Nair) started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. Their current paper cut artworks now incorporate back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. Currently based out of Denver, Colorado, the duo came to the United States from India.
An Interview with Lauren Clay Lauren Clay’s regimented sculptures seem to grow out of gallery walls like intergalactic plant life or rock formations — their repeating parts coalesce into fluid organic shapes, inviting the viewer to imagine what the Earth might have been like if nature evolved from a neon color palette. Part intellectual and part spontaneous, Clay’s meticulous constructions flow out of the artist’s philosophical explorations. Lauren took a moment to chat with Nastia Voynovskaya about art history, the mysterious titles of her works and the ins-and-outs of papier-mâché. – Nastia Voynovskoya What is your artistic background and how did you come to work with paper sculptures? I have a background in painting, but my work has always had a very spatial, sculptural aspect to it. This body of work began as large paintings on paper.
Paper-cuts Amy Williams Paper-cuts In to the deeppaper-cut74 x 74 cmClick here for more details Bookmark Paper Kitchen by Angie Garland. - All About Papercutting Angie Garland is a graphic design student from Melbourne, Australia, currently living and studying in Copenhagen. Angie is super talented. I predict that she will have a successful career. Envela Castel Theme by James Envela Castel Home Message Facebook Flickr Instagram Behance Vimeo Archive Theme Portrait Photographer // Paris, France contact@envelacastel. Black Book Gallery Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator. He was born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was the senior designer for MTV Networks India and has designed for brands like MTV India, VH1 India, Nickelodeon & Comedy Central. Apart from designing for these brands, he is also an established illustrator and has designed album covers for musicians like Dualist Inquiry and has been invited to design a cover for Rolling Stone India for their annual – Art as Cover Edition. He loves to collect and customize vinyl toys, is obsessed with drawing monsters, loves to screen print & secretly aspires to be in space some day. He fell in love with paper cut art after seeing Balinese shadow puppets and has since been experimenting with paper and light.
Lauren Clay An amazing series of sculptures by Brooklyn-based artist Lauren Clay who recently obtained her MFA in Painting and Printmaking at Virginia Commonwealth University. She creates 3-dimensional sculptures by meticulously layering strips of “papier mâché” and painted paper to produce these intriguing and colorful organic shapes. Enjoy!