Saturday, November 04, 2006

Paper Part 1: Ana Hagopian

Paper is used for notecards and drawing, but it can be much more exciting when it becomes vases, jewelry and wallcoverings. For the next few days I am going to post on some wonderful paper projects I have been noticing.

The first paper spotlight is on Ana Hagopian. Ana is a Barcelona-based artist who makes exquisite jewelry from paper and other recycled/recyclable materials. Her colorful pieces look delicate close-up, but when you take in the complete picture they turn into robust, eye-catching works.

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