Monday, June 30, 2008

The Art of Paper




During the weekend I had the chance to visit the Green Hill Center's current exhibition titled REGROWTH. One of the featured artists, Ann Resnick, showcased large works created in paper and amazing floral sculptures. The pieces made from burnt paper were stunning and ethereal. Each mark had purpose, and the burnt edges added an extra dose of lovely detail. Check out more great work by Ann Resnick.

22 comments:

Simple Answer said...

Paper cuttings. Total fav.

Annapurna said...

Wow! What intricate work. Lucky for you, you got to see them in person. Thanks for sharing.

bandelle said...

Beautiful and delicate...

Sarah said...

i just want to dive right into these!

Jude said...

These are completely gorgeous!

Sandra Ree said...

Beautiful! That's one craft I think I would really enjoy!

A-M said...

OMG they are amazing. How do they stop the whole thing from burning up!
A-M xx

FancyPants-design said...

Wow!! Great work!! I agree..very ethereal looking!!

Octavine Illustration said...

stunning work. such incredible attention to detail and beautifully new and creative....

SimplyGrove said...

SO creative!!!

Sara Christine said...

Gorgeous! It's amazing what people can make with such simple materials. You should check out artist Kirsten Hassenfeld too, she does amazing things with paper.

http://sara-christine.blogspot.com/2007/12/dans-la-lune.html

mary said...

What a cool take on papercutting!

Krissy said...

oh wow! now you know I love this one!!!!

design for mankind. said...

GOOD LORD!!!!!!

Mrs.French said...

AMAZING!!!! REALLY AMAZING!

Robin said...

Gorgeus! We are on the same wavelength today Diana, my post for tomorrow is on a paper artist. Their skills (and patience) amaze me!

::{J}:: said...

Lovely!

M.Kate said...

Very beautiful and absolutely delicate!

karey m. said...

i've. never. seen...

do you know how impossible this is?! of course you do...you're an artist {as evidenced by the loveliness in the post above this one! wow.}

i love this so much i want to delete your entire post and make it my own discovery. i will work on this. {not the stealing! the wanting to steal! eek!}

Jan said...

I love this Pleasie. So nice.

JanelleGrace said...

Simply beautiful.

shi(f)t said...

these are amazing!

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