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.
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.
Peter Gentenaar’s Street Baroque (above) is one of his lyrical works in hand-made paper that defy definition. More than 100 of the ephemeral sculptures were hung in an abbey church at Saint-Riquier, France, in an exhibition that drew significant attention. Gentenaar, based in The Netherlands, has a comprehensive […]
These 3D paper sculptures are by Jen Stark, an American artist represented by Toronto gallery Cooper Cole. Stark, who exhibits widely, is inspired by the patterns of nature and anatomy, right down to the microscopic. Stark takes construction or acid-free colored paper and intricately cuts each sheet with […]