Inna Dorman's Profile
Trained as an engineer, in 2008 I took the path of arts and crafts when I fell in love with paper filigree (paper quilling). I was fascinated with the way paper strips can be turned into art. Since then I’ve been quilling a lot, have studied in The School of Art at Beit Berl College, Israel, and achieved a decent level of skill in this amazing technique.
I put all of my skill, a lot of time, patience, and passion into every piece I create. Typically I spend days designing a pattern (researching, looking for inspiration, sketching), and then hours cutting strips, rolling them into coils, shaping the coils into different shapes and assembling a finished picture. The technique is time-intensive, but gives my artworks their distinctive intricate and three-dimensional look. You can read more about my work, including step-by-step guides and tutorials at http://increations.blogspot.com
- Joined September 24, 2009