Ann Wood’s paper-sculpted botanicals are superb, and she is an artisan celebrated on this blog in the past (see that extraordinary work here). Now, it’s time to focus on her garden works, equally creative.
Jacob Hashimoto, an expert in structured fiber and paper, has a solo show in Santa Fe, New Mexico this month, with an immersive installation made of brightly colored, and intricately patterned handmade Japanese rice paper “kites.”
These one-of-a-kind paper sculptures by Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave are on exhibit in Naples, Florida, spanning 500 years of fashion history.
If you’re an origami aficionado, you need to see these works by Madrid-based Gonzalo Garcia Calvo. He makes the intricate, folded animals and objects when he isn’t working his regular gigs as a musician. (Note the violin and grand piano that are part of his portfolio.)
Brazilian artist Carlos Meira is an illustrator who specializes in paper sculptures, like these done for the U.S. magazine Sierra. His works jump off the page, even when reproduced in print. Meira often creates personal projects such as Paradise, below.
An Alberta art gallery wants your most creative Mail Art for a project that celebrates Canada’s 150th Anniversary. Dreaming of Canada is calling on artists, designers, illustrators, and the artistically inclined to mail in small scale art to be used in an exhibit showing later this year.