New York, NY fine artist Paul Villinski #artistaday
Paul Villinski was born and raised in Maine before moving to New York City in 1982. He received a BFA from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 1984. A pilot of sailplanes and paragliders himself, Villinski includes many indications of soaring flight in his sculptures. His concern for environmental issues is reflected in hia materials—discarded items re-purposed in surprising and poetic ways. Villinski has won a National Endowment for the Arts grant and numerous art…
An art installation in the Philadelphia Museum of Art made up of thousands of black paper butterflies (or are they moths?), entitled Black Cloud by the artist Carlos Amorales.
30 Insanely Beautiful Examples of DIY Paper Art That Will Enhance Your Decor
Further on we will showcase more than 30 DIY paper art design that will enhance your decor with ease if materialized.
rogan brown (The Jealous Curator)
I don’t know what you were doodling while you were supposed to be listening in Biology 12, but I’m pretty sure I know what paper-cutting artist Rogan Brown was doing. Yep, this is imaginary, artsy sci
DIY Paper daisy backdrop and video - The House That Lars Built
We recently made these paper daisies for another fun project (stay tuned!) but couldn’t help but think that they would make a GREAT backdrop for a summer fest! What do you think? And bonus! These are one of the easier paper flowers to make. AND they require very little in supplies so it’s rather cheap […]
Seismic - Haikus in paper
For his first solo show at The Loft Art Lower Parel in Mumbai in Feb 2012, indian paper artist Sachin Tekade deconstructed architecture and patterns created as a consequence of seismic activity. Flowing patterns and dynamic blasts characterize the works in this series.
Black Cloud par Carlos Amorales - Journal du Design
Un nuage de papillons "Black Cloud" est une installation réalisée par l'artiste mexicain Carlos Amorales impliquant des dizaines de milliers de papillons en papier noir, fixés aux murs de grands espaces intérieurs. L’œuvre a été d'abord installée à Yvon Lambert en 2007 et ensuite dans une autre configuration, une