Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Something Amazing

A while ago I told you that I loved papercutting. The art to follow goes so far beyond papercutting that it deserves a name of its own. Hope you enjoy.

Below is a collection of entries for an art contest at the Hirshorn Modern Art Gallery in Washington D.C. The rule was that the artist could use only one sheet of paper. I could not find the artists names published anywhere.


tangobaby said...

Oh oh! I've seen those works before...simply AMAZING!!!

Thanks for the gorgeous images. Make me one, please?

maddie said...

oh my GOOD ness!!!!

I am infatuated with those
breathtaking paper cutouts...

especially the tallllll building
and the skeleton is my favorite

so utterly beautiful:)

thankyou so much for sharing

where is yours?

Laura said...

Wow! Super talent on display here! Do you get Victoria magazine? They have a resident artist who is a paper artist - sillhouetes to be exact. They are stunning too! If you can't find her, let me know and I will rummage around for her name. I think you would love her!

dancingdocdesign said...

Oh,my gosh-ooola la,how awesome are these -just magical,delicate and elegant- You made me smile here in France- after a tough day with my son's school- blogs like yours can refocus the light!
thanks for stoping by mine so I could discover yours!

Relyn said...

You are funny: make you one... I do not have such skills. However, I make an incredible paper snowflake. That's about the extent of that particular talent of mine.

I love that anyone would think I could make one of these. Really, I don't have many talents that reside in my hands. My biggest talent is appreciation. I am good at finding the talents in others and sharing them. All in all, not a bad talent to have.

I adore Victoria Magazine. Her name is Sharyn Sowell and I love her work. I hope to own a custom piece some day.

I am so glad you stopped by and found something to brighten your day. That's what I love most about blogging, the chance to share the sunshine and joy. The chance to gather joy and beauty from other people. Happy day to you.

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