Wind (Cut Paper) by smr-g

Wind (Cut Paper)

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Added: Dec 16, 2003
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After an initial drawing, each layer of paper is handcut using x-acto blades and archival papers and assembled with acid-free glue. Each color is a separately cut piece of paper.

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smr-g's picture

As much as I love doing Ren Faires (we'll be represented at the new location for Bay Area in FL and the PA Faire--along with Stan Morrison's work) I must admit to loving the Epilogue Gallery concept, too! I don't have to dress up and worry about severe weather conditions Wink .

Guest's picture

Loved seeing your work at the Renn. faire, and even better being able to see it from home! Keep up the good work!

smr-g's picture

Thanks everybody (check out Stan's gallery while you're here--AFTER you've seen all of mine Wink . I like doing the papercutting BECAUSE it's so different... And yet every culture out there has done it in one form or another at some point in their history!

Guest's picture

beautiful, absolutely beautiful. Good to see other art other than paintings and drawings around.

imagerystan's picture

Good to see your art on Epilogue Shannon!!!! Great blade handling skills:)

elven-nell's picture

Love it! So eligant and delicate.

Art at its best.