Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Jackie Huang - Disneyland Artist in Residence

You might remember Jackie Huang and the Wizard of Oz cut paper iPad app she created while in art school. Recently she wrote to catch me up on her latest doings... she has graduated and is working as a freelance artist in southern California.

If you're lucky enough to be in the vicinity of Disneyland this month, Jackie will be the Artist in Residence at WonderGround Gallery on Friday and Saturday evenings (June 7&8, 14&15, 21&22). She told me the demo sessions are very casual... visitors will be able to ask questions while she works on Disney-related designs.

maleficent-paper-cutting

Jackie's art is featured in the current Good vs. Evil exhibit at Wonderground Gallery. These first two pictures are just a couple of examples from the show... Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty is quite fierce, isn't she?!

And here is the transformative beast from Beauty and the Beast.

beauty-and-the-beast-paper-cutting

Jackie also enjoys doing paper lettering... this beloved quote combines paper cutting and quilling in a beautiful way.

do-what-you-love

 love-what-you-do

I admired Clockwork on Jackie's website... she told me it was an imagined, non-Disney design.

clockwork

She will be doing lots of paper quilling at the Gallery and welcomes questions about it specifically. 

This last piece for today would be a sweet one in a nursery and is advice all of us should heed...

Dream Big

Jackie Huang is also on Etsy.

10 comments:

  1. They are just so beautiful. Thanks Ann for sharing!!

    Pavithra.

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  2. Two loves in one - Disney and paper. Could it get any better than this?

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  3. Wouldn't it be wonderful to see these cut-paper pieces animated?

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  4. Beautiful!! I love the last one best.

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  5. Talent simply oozes out of every pore in her work. She has found her calling and it's great she has the chance to answer it at Disney.

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  6. They are so beautiful! I love Jackie's paper art! That's so fun that she does Disney related art.

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  7. Wow, that's amazing! It's incredible what you can do with something as every-day as paper.

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