paper cut artwork by annie vought

by Kate Pruitt

I was actually lucky enough to see one of these paper cut artworks by Annie Vought in person just the other day. The piece was over 3 feet wide and suspended from long t-pins, and the light cast hundreds of intricate shadow shapes on the wall behind. I don’t know how Annie manages to craft these massive works so elegantly; I was able to stand up close and inspect the piece, and it was flawless and seemed surprisingly sturdy. I would love to install any one of these in my home and gaze at it each time I walk past. You can see more of Annie’s collection of work by clicking here. — Kate

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