Lindsay Zier-Vogel tells us of inspiration in papercuts

When I left the Art Farm in Nebraska, I left a whole bunch of off cuts and paper bits with my fabulous housemate, Adele Phillips, architect and magic-maker extraordinaire…case and point: this amazing paper cut postcard she created out of those scraps of paper.

I must admit, I am impatient as all get out and not very precise when it comes to x-acto knives, but she’s inspired me to get paper cutting.  She promises the St. Armand cotton rag papers “cut like butter.”

And finding art like this toilet paper roll forest, created by artist Yuken Teruya, only further inspires…


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