My papercuttings are one of a kind—no two will ever be the same!
“I draw my images and create a template to use again but I always end up with a different result.“
The tools of my trade are minimal—black paper, pencil, and an x-acto knife#11. I fold the paper 1, 2, or 3 times then draw my image and cut out both negative and positive space. Sometimes I fill in some of the cut out pieces with Japanese colored paper.
All my cuttings are done by hand taking an average of six hours to complete.
“I would say Papercutting is a meditative art form which takes patience and practice.”