Entries with Artist Last name, First Names starting with 'G'

Japan
Dialog between the traditional japanese technique of paper cutting (called kirie) and contemporary art.
Iran
Paper Sculptures, collages and kakémonos. Meticulous folding, creasing and shaping of paper becoming leaves, flowers, butterflies, algae.
United States
Tiny and colorful cut-paper and illustration.
Netherlands
Paper sculptures made with handmade sheets of paper colored by pulp drying and shrinking in unison.
United States
Paper sculpture made with books & newspapers
More on Paper Art Gallery: Nick Georgious
United Kingdom
Hyper-realistic sculptures using only scrap cardboard and glue, belonging to a broader cultural context connected to our experience of the everyday.
United States
Drawings, prints and installations on fine handmade papers.
France
Threadlike silhouettes made with recycled paper glued on an iron wire structure.
United States
Handmade Khadi paper, panels, vessels, fibers, encaustic, and artists books, strips of papers layered texturings and reflectings the constant state of transformation like waves.
United States
Large scale cardboard sculpture, translation and dimensional contour drawing rather than replica.
France
Sculptures made with paper, newspaper or ballots compressed by the steel making new forms by the action of mechanical stress.
Website: Gallery
More on Paper Art Gallery: Vincent Gontier
France
Lighting sculptures of flower and animals like a cabinet of curiosities made with paper mache, crystal paper and others materials.
United States
Torn-paper collage portraits and mixed media artwork using recycled magazines, maps, labels, digital materials and more as raw materials.
Website: derekgores
United States
Carboard sculpture of large environment. "Corrugated board is the DNA of creativity" according to him.
United States
Street art installations mostly out of papier-mache (made with an other artist called Wild life)
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When the paper is a hit

When the paper is a hit

  Quand le Papier fait un carton "When the paper is a hit" Exhibition from 17/11 to 12/12/15 at Espace Art et Liberté in Charenton Town Near Paris Tuesday ...

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Olivier Catte

Olivier Catte

Olivier CATTÉ Born in 1957 in Petit Quevilly, Olivier Catté lives and works in Rouen. He went for the first time in New York in 1985 where he was immediately  ...

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Nick Georgious

Nick Georgious

My art is inspired by the death of the printed word. Books and newspapers are becoming artifacts of the 20st century. As a society we’re shifting away from pri ...

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