Here are some paper faces and masks that the children at Stonehill School made this week at the wednesday after school art club...
- Vanessa Stone
- Arlesey, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
- I am a cut paper artist and I live in Arlesey, Bedfordshire. I am originally from Wiltshire, from a very long village called Winterslow, just outside Salisbury. I make my work by drawing into a black piece of paper and then layering colours from behind which I cut into again. This makes very delicate and intricate paper pieces that are inspired by my love of the landscape and the natural world about me.
Monday, 14 February 2011
Here are some examples of the paper masks and faces that the Stonehill School art club children made this last wednesday. The pieces are cut from a single sheet of coloured paper folded and cut into, with added felt tip patterns and shapes.
Here are the mini handmade books the children at the art club I run at Stonehill School, Letchworth made recently. I showed them how to make the mini books by folding a single sheet of A4paper and they then had the chance to fill the books with nything they wished - from stories to jokes!
More examples of the little handmade books made at the art club I run on Tuesdays
at Stonehill School, Letchworth.
Click here for the link to my Papercut girl blog to see more of the process of making the St. Paul's Cathedral paper cut...