Hand-Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Hand Cut Paper Microorganisms by Charles Clary  paper

Tennessee-based artist Charles Clary knows a thing or two about patience as evidenced by his structural paper creations reminiscent of biological formations or topographical maps. In creating a new piece Clary can work for up to 12 hours a day cutting each thin layer in his delicately stacked sculptures that arise from gallery walls or descend into geometric volumes. The artist most recently had an exhibition at Brett Wesley Gallery last month, and you can see much more of his work on his website. (via Hi-Fructose)

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