ruralpearl

Hand Cut Paper by Angie Pickman

Lawrence, Kansas · 4677 Sales

ruralpearl

Hand Cut Paper by Angie Pickman

Lawrence, Kansas 4677 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(1187)
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No Ceilings - Greeting Card
$5.00
Moon of the Circling Swallows - Greeting Card
$5.00
Sun Worship - Greeting Card
$5.00
Community Garden - Greeting Card
$5.00
As The Day Ends - Greeting Card
$5.00
Print Option: Matting for 5 x 7 AND 8 x 10 Prints
$4.00
Mousie - Notecard
$3.25
Sunrise on the Farm - Greeting Card
$5.00
Book of Birds - Greeting Card
$5.00
Hedgie - 8 x 10 inch Cut Paper Art Print
$29.00
Tea For Two - 8 x 10 inch Cut Paper Art Print
$29.00
Warm Spot - 8 x 10 inch Cut Paper Art Print
$29.00
Sunflowers at Sunset - Greeting Card
$5.00
Sunsong - Greeting Card
$5.00
Rural Pearl Baby Bird Sticker
$2.00
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(1187)
Martha Stevenson

Martha Stevenson on Mar 10, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Love love love them! I collect children's picture books, and have an alcove of floor-to-ceiling bookshelves filled with picture books. I wanted something for one wall, and "The Storyteller" is perfect. Also could not pass up the little fox. (He has a beautiful soul!)

Miri GlowinSky

Miri GlowinSky on Feb 28, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I SO LOVE the sticker. And the envelope it came in was almost a piece of art itself. Thanks a lot! I really had a tough time thinking about the right spot to put it :D to be honoured and long lasting.

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    Angie Pickman, Lawrence, KS, is a nationally recognized cut paper artist that combines the art of traditional paper cutting with collage to create intricately detailed works of art and animations. She received her master’s degree in 2004 from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, which is where she first learned of the art of silhouette animation artist Lotte Reiniger (1899 – 1981). Her love of nature and the tranquility of the rural terrain, as well as Reiniger’s style and technique, inspired Pickman to set off on the artistic path that she continues today. She exhibits at galleries and art fairs nationally, does illustration, animation and design work, conducts public presentations on her art, and teaches various art classes and workshops. Most recently, her work has been featured in Midwest Living and Martha Stewart Living magazines, and her animation work will appear in a documentary premiering on PBS in 2016. “I began cutting paper in 2003 after seeing “The Adventures of Prince Achmed” – a cut paper stop-motion silhouette animation from 1926 by Lotte Reiniger. I had always wanted to be “an artist” – I knew from a very young age that it was my life calling, but it took me a long time to figure out in which medium this would manifest itself. The traditional forms taught in school never felt quite right, but when I saw Lotte’s work, something clicked. My tools of trade are a rubber gripped x-acto knife, acid-free paper, mechanical pencils, and a self-healing cutting mat.”

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