30 Amazing PaperArts Showcase

Written by Kevin Liew on 25 Jan 2011
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What can you do with a piece of paper? Have you think about papercutting? Papercutting is an ancient artform where the artist cuts a design from a single piece of paper. It requires imagination and creativity just to create one. In this post, I have gathered 3 paperart artists and their amazing work. The good thing though, you can buy their art!

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Elsa Mora

Elsa Mora was born and raised on the island of Cuba. She is an independent artist which means that she work full time in her art. For a while now she has been having a solo show every year with different galleries that represent my work.

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Joe Bagley

Joe Bagley is a full-time papercutting artist. Each of his designs are original, one of a kind pieces,cut by hand from a single sheet of black paper and mounted to white mat board. They are then framed in a classic black frame, ready for hanging.

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Bovey Lee

Bovey Lee was born in Hong Kong and am currently a full-time artist based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Practicing Chinese calligraphy since the age of ten, Hers works have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York; Museum Bellerive, Zurich, Switzerland; National Glass Centre, Sunderland, UK; Museum of Fine Arts, Beijing, China; Fukuoka Museum of Art, Japan; Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong; Museum Rijswijk, The Netherlands; among others.


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Joe 13 years ago
Wow, thanks for the feature! A HUGE honor to be included along with Elsa and Bovey's amazing work!
Tapas Ghosal 13 years ago
just amazing........
jigar 13 years ago
wht a great paper art..greeeeat..!!!
Leaflet Distribution London 13 years ago
I would love to have that first one framed. WOW collections. The first piece is very stunning. I'm looking for a tutorial, can you suggest one?