jen stark: hand cut paper sculptures jen stark: hand cut paper sculptures
mar 05, 2012

jen stark: hand cut paper sculptures

jen stark: hand cut paper sculpturesall images courtesy and © the artist

 

 

 

the detail-focused sculptor, painter and animator jen stark has sent designboom images of her most recent work. stark’s highly-intricate geometric works are always formed in vibrant colors, as these shades seem to have seeped into the treatment of each piece from her bright miami, florida, USA home. the hypnotic hand-cut paper sculptural works, kaleidoscopic videos and saturated murals incorporate echoing patterns and mathematical concepts which create an infinite-like quality to her artwork.

‘abyss’, 2011 20″ x 20″ x 33″ archival paper, wood, acid-free foamcore, glue, light ‘

‘pedestal, 2011 40″ x 18″ x 18″ hand-cut paper, wood, foamcore, light

 

detailed view of ‘pedestal’

‘trinity’, 2011 25″ x 25″ x 14″ wood dowels, acrylic paint, resin

‘vividity’ 36″ x 30″ x 5″ acid-free hand cut paper, wood backing 2011

side view of ‘vividity’

‘kaleidoscopic’, as viewed from both the right and left sides 2011 wood, acrylic paint, archival paper, mirrors, motor & light 12″ x 24″ x 24″

‘acid-free’, 2011 50 ft x 90 ft outdoor mural on the museum of art fort lauderdale

  • This is quite colorful! I think it is very good-looking as a [url=http://http://www.ideann.com/3d-wall-stickers.html] wallpaper [/url]!

    Reid says:
  • Hi Jen,
    I would like to know if you have a special quote which may explain the inspiration or motivation you get when doing your paper cutting art work.

    eva says:

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