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Artist: Karen Margolis  Image Via: Of Paper and Things  #EarthDay2012 #Coral

karen margolis - 4 layers of abaca paper. holes made with soldering iron. (VI Fit Network) (VI Fit Network) (LilDuckieArts) (LilDuckieArts) lee lange studios we're fabulous visual curators.

karen margolis the enso, japanese for circle, is my inspiration for imagery. it is a sacred symbol in zen buddhism, embodying infinity...

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karen margolis the enso, japanese for circle, is my inspiration for imagery. it is a sacred symbol in zen buddhism, embodying infinity.

. of paper and things .: paper arts | karen margolis

karen margolis the enso, japanese for circle, is my inspiration for imagery. it is a sacred symbol in zen buddhism, embodying infinity.

Karen Margolis #art #sculpture #paper  http://artsyforager.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/friday-faves-pretty-paper/

Friday Faves: Pretty Paper

karen margolis - 4 layers of abaca paper. holes made with soldering iron. I love the effect created with all these layers and the random arrangement of holes. It makes a very deep texture and a totally unique pattern.

karen margolis   the enso, japanese for circle, is my inspiration for imagery.  it is a  sacred symbol in zen buddhism, embodying infinity...

karen margolis the enso, japanese for circle, is my inspiration for imagery. it is a sacred symbol in zen buddhism, embodying infinity.

mixed media on handmade Abaca paper by New York based artist Karen Margolis

karen margolis (The Jealous Curator)

mixed media on handmade Abaca paper by New York based artist Karen Margolis

"Voyage", by Aludean (Louise Skacej and Dean Colls). 4 tonnes of clay cast in reinforced resin.

pattern and geometric texture inspiration -French Connection Inspiration - Geometric folds

. of paper and things .: paper arts | karen margolis

These paper works are by artist Karen Margolis. Her inspiration comes from the Ensō (円相) – a Japanese word meaning circle, and a concept related to layers of abaca paper, holes made with soldering iron)

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