Paper sculptures by artist Anna-Wili Highfield. Sydney, Australia.
These look great from far away, not to take away from up close of course.
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so delicate. so beautiful
paper was an excellent choice
These are great! I want one in my room.
It’s delicacy is astonishing. Looks like with one poke it’d fall over.
The girl has a patience of a saint putting that together.
I saw some of Anna’s paper sculptures on “Man Shops Globe,” and I was INSTANTLY smitten and transfixed; most strikingly with the owls. I collect owls (I collect everything, I’m sorry and delighted to say!) and the face, the fine details, the artistic and graceful shapes, and shadings of the paper, make the owls appear as if ready to take off for flight. Bravissimo! I covet one SO BADLY!
I’ve been looking for her work on the Anthropologie website since last week, when i realized,, duh, just google her name. Now I am awed by all of the other artists on this site and I am sure to visit again and again. The picture of the girl with the deer also captivates me. I can’t wait to enjoy all of the other artists featured.
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