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Here on Homesthetics we have already presented numerous smart examples of diy paper art, diy wall art decor and diy origami installations worth considering, the possibilities offered by a piece of paper are endless. Today,Cecilia Levy, a contemporary artist from Sigtuna, Sweden has her work showcased below.
Whether you are new to paper art and you start your first project today or you’re a small artist already we invite you to search inspiration in the art materialized by Cecilia Levy, her work is highly creative and unique thanks to the amount of details and the finesse put into every single piece. It is clear that she has her own style already, a signature design that can be easily recognized from first glance.
We would love to hear your opinion in the comment section below on this extraordinary artistic line. How do you position this paper art collection in the huge paper art field?
About Cecilia Levy
” I am an artist, working mainly with paper. I have a background as graphic designer and bookbinder. In 2009 I began to experiment freely with paper, building three–dimensional forms with book pages and paste. I work with public art assignments, solo and group exhibitions in Sweden and internationally and hold workshops. Member of the crafts cooperative Kaleido in Uppsala. “
Feed your imagination get creative and materialize dreams. Start today. Create a DIY Wall Art piece, create a DIY Paper Art Sculpture, materialize the DIY desk that you need or simply find the gifts that you need for your loved ones on Christmas. Take a step and become a doer, it requires nothing but the determination to change and shape the world as you want, in increments, step by step, project by project, shape the future with an act today. A DIY project is so much more than the creation of an item. If you can start and finalize a small DIY project you can do anything, just imagine that whatever you need is a bigger DIY project.
Photo Courtesy yo Cecilia Levy