Now that I’ve been working with cut paper as an art medium for the last five months or so, I feel an even bigger desire to learn more and keep improving. I’ve been looking at more experienced cut paper artists for inspiration so that I can see what’s possible to make with paper art.
One artist whose work I keep going back to is Su Blackwell’s. She’s an absolutely amazing paper artist who transforms books and paper into works of art. Works of art that awaken our inner child and make us imagine worlds that exist only in our wildest fantasies.
My 90 Day Art Challenge is almost coming to a close. While I have not been great at working on paper art every single day, I have learned so much in the process.
Throughout the past few months, I have continued to look at other artists to find inspiration, particularly in those moments when I feel stuck or when I encounter obstacles.
As part of my 90 Day Art Challenge, I decided it would be vital to look at other artists’ work to see the amazing things they’ve achieved with their chosen medium. The goal is not to be as amazing at the craft as they are, after the 90 day period, but to see what is possible with continual work and practice (and lots of patience).