When I first started the My Sparkle project I had no idea what Papercut Art was. In fact, three years later, I have only just discovered.
In the weeks since finishing the KAKA Firetruck project, I have been in a phase of research, learning and understanding. The papercut world is huge. The history is long, rich with important cultural significance on many continents.
During the Firetruck project, I was telling
This investigation has been humbling, inspiring and gives me a feeling that my work actually does fit… somewhere. Until this point, I hadn’t seen any other papercut work, other than the classic, cutting out snowflakes as a child.
As I now begin the next production KAKA ‘Silly Billy’, I will challenge myself to develop my technical skills and push my … art … to the next level, because I know, I have a long long way to go…