Crafting with paper strips: can the artist Gunjan Aylawadi pretty good
Crafting with paper strip is a complex process that the artist Gunjan Aylawadi very well performed. It is impressive how Mrs Aylawadi deals with the thousands of tiny paper and what creates this… We stayed speechless at the sight of their works of art.
It is hard to believe that the following works made entirely of paper. We want to give you 2 of the fascinating Aylawadis projects including present. These are “love it” and “Hak: to weave”
Let’s start with the last project of Australian artist. “Love It” has Gunjan Aylawadi specially for the Sydney Contemporary installation done in September 2015. The artwork is 190 × 320 cm and consists of hand-cut paper strips, glue and pine wood panel.
Look at the piece of paper work of art itself. Then you will have surely love…
Art from thousands of paper
Cut out small strips of paper by hand, form and glue
The modern artwork was in Sydney contemporary exhibition presents
Blue letters can be seen in the background
The artist and their fascinating works
“Hak: to weave” and the talented young artist
The worker process for crafting with paper strips is very meticulous and you need lots of patience here. Thousands of strips of paper are cut by hand and then turned to a wire. So the artist can sculpt any stripes. Star flowers, geometric shapes, etc. can create itself out of paper strips. Then it’s time to glue the strips on a suitable surface, which is also a very responsible task.
A precise process that requires lots of patience
A days work process
From attention to detail
4 elements side by side
Abstract flowers and classical elements
Repeat the exercise several times – this is the way to become the champion
This technique is similar to the quilling craft technology
And yet the crafting technique by Gunjan Aylawadi is quite different
The young artist Gunjan Aylawadi, based in Sydney, Australia, has taken many paper sculptures under the microscope before she invented their individual technology. She likes going into detail and works with passion and genuine love for the craft. Her wish is to captivate the attention of the Viewer. And we should acknowledge it, that has succeeded very well. Can a long time looking at your works of art made of paper and discover new elements in it.
Let yourself convince of and inspiration for new creative craft ideas from paper!
“Hak: to weave”-a project for CODA Museum, Holland
Numerous creative pattern paper
Designer carpet, which is completely out of paper strips
The art exhibition in CODA Apeldoorn is present until October 25, 2015