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Macro to Micro: Intricate Paper Cut Art Inspired by Nature | Urbanist

Macro to Micro: Intricate Paper Cut Art Inspired by Nature | Urbanist

Mia Pearlman fills entire rooms with her billowing, cloud-like installations. “My process is very intuitive, based on spontaneous decisions in the moment. I begin by making loose line drawings in India ink on large rolls of paper. Then I cut out selected areas between the lines to make a new drawing in positive & negative space on the reverse. 30-80 of these cut paper pieces form the final installation, which I create on site by trial and error, a 2-3 day dance with chance & control.”

Mia Pearlman fills entire rooms with her billowing, cloud-like installations. “My process is very intuitive, based on spontaneous decisions in the moment. I begin by making loose line drawings in India ink on large rolls of paper. Then I cut out selected areas between the lines to make a new drawing in positive & negative space on the reverse. 30-80 of these cut paper pieces form the final installation, which I create on site by trial and error, a 2-3 day dance with chance & control.”

Macro to Micro: Intricate Paper Cut Art Inspired by Nature

Macro to Micro: Intricate Paper Cut Art Inspired by Nature

New Paper Bird Sculptures Juxtaposed With International Stamps by Diana Beltran Herrera

New Paper Bird Sculptures Juxtaposed With International Stamps by Diana Beltran Herrera

Rogan Brown - Clone 2012 Paper sculpture 74x74cms Layered lasercut paper sculpture

Rogan Brown - Clone 2012 Paper sculpture 74x74cms Layered lasercut paper sculpture

someone said :I’m always fascinated at things people create out of ordinary everyday objects. Pulling a dollar bill out of my purse, I would never even think about making some of these works of art out of money. Of course, I’d rather buy things I don’t need instead of displaying a sculpture in my home.

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someone said :I’m always fascinated at things people create out of ordinary everyday objects. Pulling a dollar bill out of my purse, I would never even think about making some of these works of art out of money. Of course, I’d rather buy things I don’t need instead of displaying a sculpture in my home.

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