Thursday, January 4, 2018

Papercut Artwork by Pippa Dyrlaga

Pippa Dyrlaga is a paper artist based in Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire who uses traditional paper cutting techniques to create contemporary artwork. She gained degree in Contemporary Art Practice and MA in Art and Design and Curation from Leeds Metropolitan University. Her work is mainly inspired by nature, animals, architecture and the surroundings while she was growing up.

Her papercut artwork is generally cut from a single sheet of paper and has thousands of cuts that form wings of owls or scales on snakes. She uses only scalpel to make every little intricate detail that brings lightness and delicacy to her work. She has worked with Yorkshire Tea, Element Jewellery, York University, Market Taverns, and Heart Gallery for the Watermark Fund. You can find prints as well as originals on her website. To see more of her amazing work go to Instagram.


Robin said...

Holy cow--this is beautiful and amazing!!! Thank you so very much for taking the time and effort to find and post this for us! xoo

My Owl Barn said...

Her work is insanely amazing!