Paper Sculpture - Oona Patterson

You might remember the beautiful paper lamps of Hannah Nunn. I always enjoy reading Hannah's blog and was fascinated by her recent discovery of artist, Oona Patterson.

Oona cuts and shapes elaborate magical, miniature worlds from book pages and tiny bits of paper as descriptive illustrations of her own stories and poems.
 Go and have a look. I don't think you'll be disappointed!


By the way, I've answered questions at Craftzine about my work space. To be perfectly honest, I don't really have one... in fact, you might be a little shocked at my organizational system, or lack thereof! As I say in the interview, I enjoy the challenge of creating something out of my crazy box of tangled strips.

Ann Martin
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  1. AHA! Now I recognise this amazing work. It really sends shivers up my spine! So magical! Those tiny tiny figures. Ahhhh

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  2. Amazing work.
    I enjoyed your interview. I don't feel so bad now about some of the boxes I have loaded with misc. items...lol

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  3. Enjoyed your interview.The picture of your quilled keys reminded me of the first time I saw it , I could not figure out why it was labeled under quilling it is so realistic. Your quilling is the best.

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  4. Thank you for your comments, everyone!

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  5. Absolutely amazing! Thank you so much for sharing these.

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  6. Its just so extra-ordinary!!

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  7. http://aatheory.com/2010/07/mind-blowing-paper-city/#more-20489

    Thought i'd share this with you. It really is spectacular.

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  8. Thanks, yes, the city really is incredible.

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