Cutting and layering paper, I explore how two and three dimensions, working in tandem, can spark wonder and curiosity. My practice is inspired by coastal living and in it, I seek to capture the surroundings in new and unexpected ways.
New Routes is comprised of three sheets of hand-cut paper. In its edges and shadows, the viewer is encouraged to be contemplative about what this one fragile life may have yet to offer.
|Exhibition:||2023 Works on Paper Exhibition|
|Technique:||Canson Mi-Teintes Paper|
|Contents:||Antler, Pattern, Hand-cut, Snowflake, Branches, Organic, Cellular, Roots, Plant|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||16in x 12in|
|Unframed Size:||11in x 7in|
Vancouver, British Columbia
Christina Peressini uses hand-cut paper to explore how two and three dimensions, working in tandem, can spark wonder and curiosity.
"Take a few deep breaths, have a stretch, quiet the mental chatter, and work mindfully. Also have snacks nearby."