AN EXHIBITION OF PAPER ARTISTS

I’m thrilled to be involved with an exciting exhibition of works by paper artists from across the world, which is happening in May in Hackney, London! I will have four original pieces on display (shown below), as well as a range of printscards and notebooks – plus my fantastic Beginner’s Papercutting Sets if you fancy turning your hand to this wonderful form of craft.

Sixteen members of the Paper Artist Collective are presenting a selection of their works in Hackney, as part of an event which will see dynamic pieces on display from members in the UK, USA, Norway, India, Thailand, South Korea, Lithuania and Australia.

At the exhibition, you’ll see work by some of the world’s most talented artists working in the medium of paper (including me – yikes!), from 3D sculpture to geometric papercutting and colourful paper illustration. The group exhibition will showcase a broad variety of talent and techniques, creating an inspiring and uplifting pop-up gallery experience, which will also see a selection of prints and greetings cards on sale.

Exhibition Dates
Thursday 5th May – Tuesday 10th May

Opening hours:
11am-5pm daily

Venue
A-side B-side Gallery
Hackney Downs Studios
Amhurst Terrace
London E8 2BT

If you can’t get to the exhibition, subscribers to my mailing list can enjoy a special 10% discount in my online shop. Use code SUPERSMASHINGGREAT to get 10% off all purchases in my online store, for the duration of the Hackney exhibition and beyond (it’s valid till 31/12/16!). That includes fine art prints of the four original pieces I’ll be exhibiting, pictured above. If you’re not already a subscriber, you can sign up here.

© Holmes-made Papercuts

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