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Posted by on Jun 6, 2011 in Blog, Papercutting | 32 comments

Visionary.

Visionary.

 Visionary.

 Visionary.

 Visionary.

 A new piece titled Visionary.

The girl had a vision, a dream about exploration and about going away. So she cut herself some paper wings. Her wings took her to the most unexpected and mysterious places. The journey was beautiful and painful at the same time. At some point the girl wanted to go back home, but she realized that her real home was her own mind, so she kept dreaming and flying until the end of her life.


32 Comments

  1. I was out shopping today and I found a copy of “Paper Cutting: Contemporary Artists, Timeless Craft”. I love that they put your work on the cover, it looks fabulous!

  2. I just discovered your blog accidentally… OMG it’s simply awesome!!!!
    Really beautiful.
    I think I’ll spent the next couple of hours browsing trough all your old post…

  3. That was wonderful.. I think I could really use my vision in this post.. :) Looks really wonderful..

  4. Love this. Love the intricacy of the wings….the idea. Magical and thought provoking.

  5. I truly love your work. It’s so beautiful and enchanting.

  6. A lot of things is not as easy as it seems, only can do is original himself.

  7. hacía mucho que no te visitaba, siempre me has sorprendido y maravillado pero ya estaba hecha a tu arte, dejé de vistitarte, el blog de la ropa estaba muy bien, te veía linda pero no me interesaba demasiado, además tú sabes, hoy en día hay demasiadas imágenes, demasiada información. Pero, pero un tiempo después descubro tus miniediciones y mucho más, me vuelvo a maravillar, siempre a más y mucho por dar aún,
    me gusta mucho el post de la niña dibujada por ti, la de la carita un tanto melancólica, la parejita al estilo nórdico europeo, todo…que bonito que compartas con nosotros, un abrazo desde el noroeste de españa

  8. I discovered your blog looking for something totally different and was I amazed. You do have a craft which is in a world of its own. Keep up the creativity, will be following the blog.

  9. Everything ought to be beautiful in a human being: face, and dress, and soul, and ideas.

  10. On earth there is nothing great but man; in the man there is nothing great but mind.

  11. Es un trabajo fantástico, hace tiempo que no te visitaba, es precioso y muy intrigante, me gusta mucho. Muxu

  12. It’s my first time here in your blog. And all I can say is wow. You’ve got yourself a new fan. :)

  13. wow.. you are a great artist.. love your work and your attention to details is amazing..
    Read your other blogs too.. I enjoyed it..

  14. So much details. I enjoy your blog. Keep the great work up!

  15. Love this one but already sold there. I think i have to wait to next one and buy that.

  16. So pretty! Oh how nice & cute! I love it!
    FYI, i was browsing for ideas on paper cutting ( tot i should try something new) and I found you!

  17. Cool thing! thanks for sharing. I have never seen this!

  18. Me eannct cuando presentsteis la artesana holandesa y su tienda Wood Wool Stool.Y ahora estas criaturas marinas! Me parece fenomenal que el ganchillo, que para mi gusto a veces tiene un estilo un poquete quicorrn, sea convertido en autnticas maravillas por este tipo de artistas! Genial!Un besico de Cristina de Fem Manuals

  19. Dr. Ram$namaskaaram aadi naarayana reddy gaaru.. nenu naa 4 va ttargaai varaku achham meeru cheppina laanti badi(school) lo ne chaduvukunnanu.. kaani maadi saakalaivoru badi kaadu.. Foster& achhamma pantulamma gaari badi.. pasuvula koshtam lo oka mula anni taragatula pillalaki class lu..aite maaku kula mata bedhaalu levu ane cheppukovachhu.. maa paaleru valla pillalato kalisi kurchoni chaduvuknnamu..taruvata high school ki aite maaraamu kaani, 10th class varaku kudaa maaku aa sisaa buddlu kindaa, laantarula kinda kurchoni chadive adrushtam maatram poledu.. chaalaa thanks andi, naaku marala naa paata rojulu gurtu chesaaru..mee saakalivorulu chaduvutunte taliyakundaane manasuloo edo teliyani garvam tongi chustundi andi..

  20. dadahayath is a famous wtierr and his ahimsa is also a very good story.please kindly publish it in the coming issues.your poddu is very good and very interesting.keep it.congrates. D.Ramachandra Raju Tirupati

  21. Posted on I teach pottery, and I still have some ealiurfs. It gets better over time; I promise!It’s too bad that the firing didn’t work. Did you wedge your clay enough to get all of the air bubbles out before you made a slab? Sometimes, glazes just get weird in the kiln too. Unpredictable things can happen with ceramics, so it’s very important to not get too attached. (My first ceramics professor had us destroy our first project to teach us this lesson.)

  22. Notagirlymom Posted on I dunno if you can use a Blackberry or not..maybe with some of the more urban caches (see Geocaching.com for more dlietas). I have a small which was donated to me and I’ve found it fairly easy to use. There is a hiking trail system in a woody area in our town and I’ve found that while I don’t often find what I’m looking for, at least I don’t get lost now.

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