While trying (and failing) to create some sort of folded/creased sculptures, I happily discovered this composition of crossing lines on one of the discarded pieces of paper. Forgetting my feeble attempts at sculpture, I snapped a few shots of my “creation”.  And I have to say,  I really like this. It has a kind of minimalist,  art deco feel to it. Almost as if the lines are the outlines of spotlights shining into the night sky.

So while you probably won’t see me creating fantastical pop-up books or folded masterpieces, you may see a few more images in this vein in the near future.

Taken at the Milwaukee Art Museum,  Kohl’s Art Generation Gallery,  Paper Play: Kindergarten to Contempory Art hands-on exhibit.

Lines on Paper

Lines on Paper

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Lines on Paper – Milwaukee, WI –  March 1, 2017