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Impressive Artworks by Yulia Brodskaya

Impressive Artworks by Yulia Brodskaya

Back in 2010 we showcased Yulia's work here for the first time. And of course we are past due for an update of her astonishing pieces. This is why today we will show you some of Yulia's latest artworks. Her talent of transforming paper into art is superb, take a look. Since 2010 she added lots of inspiring pieces to her portfolio, so make sure to head to her website to check the entire collection. Enjoy! Yulia Brodskaya is a highly regarded paper artist and illustrator. She uses two simple materials-paper and glue, and a simple technique that involves the placement of carefully cut and bent strips of paper - to make lush, vibrant, three-dimensional paper artworks. She started working as a graphic designer and illustrator in 2006, however quickly abandoned the computer programs in favour of paper art: "Paper always held a special fascination for me. I've tried many deferent methods and techniques of working with it, until I found the way that has turned out to be 'the one' for me: now I draw with paper instead of on it". (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Amazing Paper Artworks by Cheong-ah Hwang

Some people are simply born with amazing gift, like the power to make plain paper become multi-layered pieces of art. That's exactly the case of Cheong-ah Hwang's, an Korean artist. The most awesome part is that Hwang is a self-taught artist which just makes this gift even more special. If you like her work, you may buy some of these at her store at Etsy or simply go check out more of her pieces at her portfolio. I really hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;)

Amazing Paper-Artwork by Karen Bit Vejles

Karen Bit Vejles form of expression, psaligraphy, literally means the art of drawing or painting with scissors. Her magical cuttings in the travelling exhibition Scissors for a Brush, are rooted in a tradition that has known a long journey through history. But she has created a personal style and technique that are entirely her own. For more than 35 years she has been absorbed, fascinated, and deeply committed to this art form that developed from small, simple snowflakes to unusually large and highly complex image cuttings. She is one of very few in Europe who can cut at such an advanced technical and artistic level. There is a great degree of humour in Karen Bit Vejle’s world of imagery; humour and the ability to identify joy in small things. Just as often, though, she confronts deep seriousness and themes intended to invoke involvement and reflection. Her works are captivating surprise packages. By meeting Karen Bit Vejle’s images of air and paper we can find ourselves both surprised and inspired! For more infornation about Karen visit her Web site at Exhibitions Psaligraphy Psaligraphy - the art of papercutting - requires time. Both when it comes to creation and experience of the work of art. Contrary to almost everything else in the world today, psaligraphy is a slow art. It takes time to master, plan and perform it. “My heart and soul are at peace when I have the scissors in hand and the paper dances between the blades. If my scissors can manage to make you stop and wonder for just one instant, I will be happy” – Psaligraph Karen Bit Vejle (born 1958) Project - H.C. Andersen Misc