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Textural Hand-Torn Monochrome Paper Tapestries Inspired by Nature

Textural Monochrome Hand-Torn Paper Tapestries Inspired by Nature - Nests

Bianca Severijns is a Dutch-Israeli paper artist based in Ramot Hashawim. Over the years in her studio called “Peace of Paper," she has developed her own unique artistic style, incorporating pieces of hand-torn paper woven together to create these breathtaking tapestries. Severijn's inspiration comes from nature, where her use of a multi layering technique and monochrome coloring from white acrylic paint, generates the result of a textured and holistic installation with harmonious complexity, similar to nests.

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Interview with Weaving Paper Artist Julie VonDerVellen

Interview with Weaving Paper Artist Julie VonDerVellen

You may be familiar with the incredible woven paper shoes that Julie VonDerVellen created a while back. I'm excited to showcase a familiar feature this time around to give a more in depth look into her background and how she came to this very delicate paper craft. Within this interview are some of her latest works, a clock series, woven tapestries and of course the shoes from her earlier work. Through her art, she experiments with various techniques that require hours of problem solving to achieve the results that hold true to the nature of her unique storytelling.

Paper Shoes by Julie VonDerVellen

With a passion for garment making at a very young age, Julie VonDerVellen has pursued her dream above and beyond the normal means of everyday fabric by challenging herself in engineering garments and objects from handmade paper. She experiments with various techniques that require hours of problem solving to achieve the results that hold true to the nature of her storytelling.