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Learn from internationally renowned artist Beatrice Coron whose work can be found at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Walker Art Center, and The Getty.
Using historical traditions, we will take an exciting approach to papercutting as visual storytelling. Learning basic principles of designing with full and empty shapes, each student will create paper cuttings in black and white as well as colorful collage. During this intensive class of serious fun, participants will discover the incredible variety of the contemporary papercutting scene and the many possible applications of this art form to other domains. Tips, tricks and resources will be provided. All levels.
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Béatrice Coron explores visual storytelling in artist books, paper cutting, public art and wearable sculptures. Her cut designs are made of paper, glass or metal and range in size from small to monumental. Her work can be seen in major collections such as the Metropolitan Museum, the Getty and the Walker, and her public art can be viewed in subway stations in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Beatrice Coron: The Art of Cut Paper