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valérie buess: paper sculptures.
Valerie Buess was born in Switzerland and is now based in Germany. By twisting, turning, folding paper and sometimes adding some color to her work, she creates organic and often abstract shapes inspired by underwater sea creatures. These sea urchins, coral reefs, algae, and seagrass, all made from recycled books, hint at mysteries of the deep sea and constitute a sculptural world above the surface.
These Valerie Buess Paper Sculptures Resemble Underwater Plants #paperart trendhunter.com
Artist Valerie Buess Twists and Turns Paper into Magical Underwater Creatures
Valerie Buess Aquatic Paper Art
Valerie Buess. If I ever learn how to work this hard, I could make something cool one day.
Folded paper, Richard Sweeney. Idea: students write their story on one very long strip of paper and hang in school hallway. It's an instillation and other students can read as they walk along!!!!
valérie buess: paper sculptures
amazonenhelm (20 x 16 x 22 cm)
Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by #SICIS The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom #mosaic
LA based artist/graphic designer Eva Black and her huge installation of paper triangles, titled quite appropriately Folded.
this is from the Jealous Curator's site...can't find it there so am not able to credit the artist. Anybody know who the artist is? Cool stuff..
This is Liz Miller's work, she's in Mankato, MN
Definitely Liz Miller