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Jen Stark Workimage _ escultura em papel Ligar o somavançar com clic
Degrees Of Lightness Jen Stark
Degrees Of Lightness installation, 40 ft. wall, construction paper 2006 Jen Stark
Production Line ALL Jen Stark
Line ALL : Two-dimensional circles jumping out of the frame Detail of Production Line: Triangle, Circle, Square Jen Stark
3 Half Circle Jen Stark
3 Half Circle ROLL Jen Stark
11 x 14, hand-cut stack of construction paper Do you have a certain method of cutting? For example, how did you achieve these multiple layers in Anatomical Evolution?
Afterglow Jen Stark
Resembling geographic depictions of differences in altitude: Microscopic Entry. Jen Stark I cut each layer of paper one by one and then put them together. I always cut by hand using an X-Acto knife. It is a bit time-consuming, but I like it!X-Acto
Look at these intriguing, repetitive shapes like eruptions by Miami-based Jen Stark:Jen Stark Her three- dimensional, kaleidoscopic paper art is simply hand-made with dozens of layers of thick coloured paper. With her abstract geometrical patterns just shown in the new Tactile book by DGV Tactile
Peephole Jen Stark
Peephole Jen Stark
Peephole Jen Stark
Triangle Jen Stark
Triangle Roll Jen Stark
Square Jen Stark
Square Roll Jen Stark
Circle Jen Stark
Circle Roll Jen Stark
Intricate paper works resembling three-dimensional objects PRIMARIES-all Red Blue Yellow Jen Stark
PRIMARIES - Blue Jen Stark Roughly how many layers goes into one piece?
PRIMARIES - Blue Jen Stark It can range from about thirty to eighty, depending on the piece.
PRIMARIES - Red Jean Stark And how do you choose the order of the colours in the stack?
PRIMARIES - Red Jean Stark I usually buy a stack and then arrange it how I think the colours look good together.
PRIMARIES - Yellow Jen Stark I try to spread them out a bit so they are mixed up and contrasting colours are next to each other.
PRIMARIES - Yellow Jen Stark
Color Gradient card stock mounted on archival art Jen Stark
Coriolis Effect ROLL Jen Stark Tendency of any body on the Earths surface to drift to the side due to the planets rotation is called the Coriolis Effect
Here, we see paper drifting to many sides Coriolis Effect ROLL Jen Stark
Coriolis Effect DETAIL Jen Stark
Coriolis Effect DETAIL ROLL Jen Stark
Point Of Exposure Jen Stark
Point Of Exposure Roll Jen Stark
Cone Ambiguous Jen Satrk
A metaphor for peoples multiple inside layers…Cylinder: Paper Cut Jen Stark The Cylinder Paper Cut with a solid surface thats cut open caught my eye: Could we see the paper layers as a symbolic representation of the inner layers of people, or objects…? Definitely. You are one of the first people to mention this.
Cynlinder Roll Jen Stark I like to make the insides very colourfully confusing. You can relate it to people or things being so complicated and elaborate on the inside. Yet the outside layer is usually white to show that something may look simple and ordinary on the outside – but the inside is beaming with colour!
The Mandala-style Untitled. Sculpture 03 Jen Stark About the mysterious Untitled: Is it inspired by kind of a Mandala ? Mandala How do you develop it? It is mainly inspired by geometric patterns. I just cut a shape and slowly change it as the layers progress. With these kind of sculptures I usually dont know what the end design will look like.
The Mandala-style Untitled. Sculpture Jen Stark
Paper Anomaly Jen Stark
Paper Anomaly Roll Jen Stark
Sculpture Burst Jen Stark
Sculpture Burst Roll Jen Stark
Piece of an Infinite Whole Jen Stark
Piece of an Infinite Whole Roll And the same hole - with a depth of 4 ft and a diameter of 2 ft Jen Stark
I like the fact that it is so common and usually used two-dimensionally… and Im trying to show what it can do View Inside Peephole ALL: sculpturally and how much it can be transformed with such little changes. Jen Stark
View Inside Peephole … and the awesome, illuminated Jen Stark
Peephole01 ROLL Jen Stark
Peephole02 Jen Stark
Peephole02 ROLL Jen Stark
Peephole03 Jen Stark
Peephole03 ROLL Jen Stark
A beautiful Mold Study. Jen Stark When did you start with your… can I call it kaleidoscope paper art ?
I began making paper sculptures when I went to study in France for a semester. Since I could only take two suitcases with me for five months, I decided to purchase art supplies when I got there. Mold Study Jen Stark
The Euro was high and everything was pretty expensive, so I decided to get the cheapest but coolest looking thing in the art store – a stack of construction paper! I started experimenting with what paper could turn into and it took off from there.
Assorted Explosion Jen Stark About your lovely eruptive Assorted Explosion: Is it meant to depict an explosion in its early stage?
Detail of Assorted Explosion: imagine how long these most delicate cuts might have taken… Jen Stark Exactly! Usually, stacks of construction paper are sold in assortments of colour. So, I wanted to play with that word as well as what it looks like its doing: exploding. A very colourful kind of explosion and there may be many paper cuts.
How To Become a Millionaire In 100 Days 1,000,000 pieces of hand-cut paper 2007 Jen Stark crée des morceaux de papier étonnants trés différents de ce que jaurais pu dejà voir. Qui a su que vous pourriez prendre une pile de papier et créez un chef doeuvre ? The new issue is now on its way…superb cover artwork by Jen Stark Jen Stark – Sculpture A la recherche de nouveaux papertoys je suis tombé sur de belles sculptures de papier.
Real leaves from the folks backyard, meticulously cut out… Jen Satrk
Multiple layers as metaphor for the many layers a personality may have… How poetic cardboard can be! So, apart from your paper explosions, what inspired your beautiful beautiful, fragile paper leaves as silhouettes silhouettes? I live in Miami, Florida, and these leaves came off of trees from my parents backyard. They are called sea-grape trees trees because the trees produce grape- looking berries. I was searching for something to cut into and I decided to try a leaf because it is pretty thick and strong. I was inspired by how leaves can naturally turn into skeletons over time time – losing the green part and keeping only the veins. I wanted to simulate this with my X-Acto. Jen Stark
sketchbook Jen Stark
Desenho: MattressGiant Jen Stark I s b m a r 0 8