Today's Wonder of the World is...Sharon Pazner's three dimensional paper art!
I love it when I bumble into art that stuns me, so I was delighted to discover the work of Sharon Pazner, an artist based in Israel, who learned to make three dimensional models during her training as an architect.
I was just minding my own business, searching for a good picture of keys, when I came across the beauty above.
I was already fascinated, and then I saw this one...
I love to see the cut-outs as well as the objects.
Someone here, who knows oodles more about art than I do said this about her work:
Leaving the three-dimensional shapes or objects attached to the paper while exposing their cut-out origins suggests the co-existence of the finished work together with the process of its creation, something static and something in motion.
I like this one, with the mirror image of the trees.
And these stairs. I'd love to watch her construct that!
And how about these spheres?
And she doesn't just do paper work.
Look what she can do with a scanner!
As soon as I saw those, I had to show Sam.
Remember how Sam loves our scanner?
Sharon's work inspired us both.
I hope it inspires you too!
Have a wonder-full Wednesday, everyone!
I wish you...
PS. If you'd like to see more of her work on display, enjoy this short video taken before an exhibition in Budapest. Or check out her work in her Flickr photostream here.
PS. again Thank you Sharon, for letting me share your work with my friends!