Yesterday, I visited The Art and Soul of Paper exhibition which is situated within three venues including The Gallery at NUA, Anteros Arts Foundation and The Mandells gallery. The exhibition includes the work of 55 paper artists from all over the world who create beautiful sculptures, installations and decorative art pieces all produced from paper. The Gallery at NUA additionally includes a symposium on Washi: The Art of Japanese Paper, which focusses on traditional japanese paper making, print and also the history of japanese paper craft.
It's definitely worth a visit if you are around the area!
A selection of photographs from the Anteros Arts Foundation gallery. In particular, I really liked Catherine Nash's piece 'Waterfall' (2010). The use of waxed paper combined with delicate colour choices has really inspired me for my own work.
Catherine Nash 'Waterfall'
Photographs from paper exhibition at The Mandells Gallery. Some really beautiful sculptural pieces were in this collection.
Taken from The Gallery at NUA - Washi: The Art of Japanese Paper