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Paper Works exhibition at Flow Gallery is running from July 24th until September 19th and features amazing paper art by a number of artists.  There will also be workshops run by two of the artists – Lizzie Thomas on 25th July, and Michelle Holden on the 12th September.

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Wonderful paper art by Australian artist Benja Harney – read an interview with Benja over at Inside Out Blog, and see more on Flickr and the Paperform website.

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These beautiful pieces are by UK artist Helen Musselwhite. They’re available from All Things Original, also check out the contact page on her website for UK galleries.

Happy Together

Happy Together

White Poppies

White Poppies

Monkey Magic

Monkey Magic

Sleepy

Sleepy

In The Hedgerow

In The Hedgerow

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Recycled paper stools by Stephen Burks, part of the Cappellini Love collection for Italian manufacturer Cappellini.

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Via Haute*Nature

(additional pic via Cool Hunting)

Sandhi Schimmel Gold creates amazingly detailed mosaic art from tiny pieces of discarded menu items, junk mail postcards, business cards, old greeting cards, cruise itineraries, gallery openings…

In her own words – “It is my mission to create fine art from a variety of materials and messages. I upcycle the materials advertisers use to bombard society with their version of beauty – in images and verbiage.  I believe we are an aggregate of tiny bits: who we are and where we’ve been – or who we want or pretend to be. The tesserae, the “tiles” I create represent those bits in color and texture and meaning”.

Film Noir

Film Noir

Communication In Pink

Communication In Pink

Elvis

Elvis

Deanna

Deanna

Glitter Girl

Glitter Girl

Three young ladies who have made a name for themselves making beautifully crafted jewellery from recycled paper.

Francesca of Frucci Design has created a range of elegant jewellery based around folded paper.  A biochemist by profession, Francesca describes herself as 50% scientist and 50% artist – but her dream is to create her jewellery full time.

She uses paper from a variety of sources – recycled, vintage, handmade, but also some new and from old maps, magazines, catalogs, newsletters, coupons, and her favourite – shopping bags.  Her technique, she says, is a mixture of old and new, and she likes to mix and match different and unrelated approaches in her pieces.

See more at her Etsy shop, and her blog.

'Be The Protagonist' Pendant

'Be The Protagonist' Pendant

Coupy Gemelli

Coupy Gemelli

Cubetto Earrings

Cubetto Earrings

Mera e Perla Earrings

Mera e Perla Earrings

Holly Ann Mitchell of Newspaper Jewellery made her first piece as a University project for which the brief was to create a piece of jewellery without using any traditional materials.  She chose to work with newspaper, as the bright colours and patterns of the Sunday comics appealed to her.  She has been making paper jewellery ever since, winning several awards and having her work featured in a number of publications.

Newspaper Bracelet

Newspaper Bracelet

Dollar Bill Cufflinks

Dollar Bill Cufflinks

Shattered Dreams Losing Lottery Ticket Neckpiece

Shattered Dreams Losing Lottery Ticket Neckpiece

Crossword Puzzles Brooch

Crossword Puzzles Brooch

Liz Hamman is a  mixed media artist from Macclesfield near Manchester in the UK.   She combines books, sculpture and textile/fibre art in her work, which is inspired by geometry, growth patterns in nature and repetitive structures and processes. Using only old books and maps that have been used, never new ones, she says –

“I like to produce work that is small and tactile which is why much of my work is wearable, in the form of jewellery.  Paper may not seem like the obvious choice as a material for jewellery due to its fragile and ephemeral nature.  I am interested in the idea that these qualities reflect the nature of the human form itself and also question the nature of ‘value’ in the society we live in.”

Her Flickr

Map Necklace

Map Necklace

Star Bellied Sneetch Necklace

Star Bellied Sneetch Necklace

Prayer Beads

Prayer Beads

Dandy Comic Pendant

Dandy Comic Pendant


Skinny LaMinx aka Heather Moore, shares her technique for making gorgeous paper cut-out art.

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