Sunday, 17 January 2010

The Cut Line

Here are some pictures of the recent opening of my one man show of silk paper cuttings, ‘The Cut Line’, in Taipei. The day of the opening was a warm sunny day and people were out and about enjoying a brief respite from this cold, wet and grey winter. In the cozy confines of Starts Gallery guests ambled and chatted and, I hope, enjoyed the art. Many thanks to all those who came!

The show included work from the last 5 years though the centrepiece was the recent Butterfly Creation series seen here on the left.

It was interesting to show older work against the newer work.

These are from the ‘Butterfly Creation’ series.

This silk paper cut from the Butterfly Creation series is called ‘Butterfly Cloud’. It's pinned to a large scroll in a way that it is suspended bout 1 inch away from the surface. This gives it depth and allows shadows to play on the scroll.

Over the next month or so I’ll focus on different work in the show, some of which has not been seen before.


ZenCrafter said...

Congratulations on the show, Tim! The new work is transcendent!

Jazmin velasco said...

Aaaargh. This is fantastic. I love the scrolls.