Creative Paper Cutting: 15 Paper Sculptures to Inspire and Delight
This title includes 15 imaginative, fully illustrated step-by-step projects. It provides projects with a contemporary edge and a twist on classic subjects, including the use of vintage clocks and glass pendants. It includes comprehensive chapters on tools, materials and techniques for making and displaying. Immerse yourself in the wonderful, fantastical world of paper-cutting: a delicate, beautiful means of creating original, intricate artworks that can adorn walls, be sent as greetings cards or encased in quirky containers, such as empty pocket watches, glass pendants, clocks or tin cans. Within the pages of this exquisite book you will find everything you need to become thoroughly inspired and utterly proficient in this popular, imaginative craft. There are 15 irresistible projects to choose from, created by Korean-born, Ohio-based paper sculptor Cheong-ah Hwang. Cheong-ah guides you through the projects with a clear and friendly approach, step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow step-by-step photographs. In addition to the projects you will find fully comprehensive chapters detailing all you need to know about the tools, materials and techniques, including methods of displaying the projects as well as how to cut and sculpt them.
Korean-born, Ohio-based artist Cheong-ah Hwang has been working in paper since 2000, producing beautiful sculptures by folding and layering. Entirely self-taught, Cheong-ah's intricate paper sculptures are gaining international recognition. This is her first book.