I know I have done several posts about paper cut outs, but I find it amazing that such an inexpensive item like paper can create such beautiful works of art. See everybody thinks art needs to be expensive supplies, but it really can be some of the simplest, most overlooked items that can create magic.
The British artis Helen Musselwhite has created that magic with her very simple, yet complex works of paper art. They are layered pieces of cut up paper that have been strategically placed to create these amazing scenes.
What do you think? I tried to get them as big as I could so that you could see all of the little details that she has created with paper. Do you think this is something you could do? What are some of the details that you see she adds to give the piece depth and interest. Is there a scene you would like to see if she could recreate? What scene or story would you try to recreate?