Altered Book Seashell Sculptures

How astonishing are these paper shell sculptures by Australian artist, Rosie Miller?!To my eyes, their beauty is as subtle as the silent words on a page. Somehow Rosie manages to sculpt books into perfect shapes - I wish I could watch her at work. The pieces were part of Paperback Series II, a collection of eight books, installed on mirrored shelves for DEBUT IV, a 2008 exhibition featuring the work of newly graduated art school students at Blindside, a gallery space supported by the city of Melbourne.See more of Rosie's fascinating work on wooloo.

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Ann Martin
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Comments

  1. seriously... paper! I see it but I can't believe it.

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  2. It is really stunning how beautiful this is! Thanks
    Francine

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  3. Fascinating, I’m interested in what the process is to create these pretty books!

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  4. I love Rosie's paper shell sculptures, I would also love to watch her create these interesting artpieces and touch them as well!!
    licia

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  5. My brain can hardly process this! I too would love to watch her create these.

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