Adding item to the basket

 If you do not want to order online, please ring 01892 536242

Papercut Landscapes by Sarah King

  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback
  • Publication: 11 January 2019
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781782215660
  • Stock: 50+
  • Carton Qty: N/A
  • Size: 216x280 mm
  • Illustrations: 150
  • Pages: 128
  • RRP Price: £12.99
Add to Basket

Description

Papercutting is a perfect craft for beginners, as you can achieve amazing results with the most basic of materials a pencil, eraser, craft knife or scalpel, a piece of paper and a cutting surface.

Sarah King’s art encapsulates the beauty of the English countryside, particularly the towns and villages around the Kent coast where she lives. Her use of fresh, vibrant colours and delightful compositions evoke memories of happy times, and expert papercrafters as well as those new to papercutting will find the charming, naïve style of Sarah’s work irresistible.

Sarah’s down-to-earth approach to her art makes it enjoyable and accessible to all. In the book she includes sections on choosing your materials and colours, and there is step-by-step guidance through all the basic techniques you need before embarking on the twelve gorgeous projects on the seaside, town life, the wilderness, and more.



About Sarah King

Sarah King is a paper cutting artist from Kent, England, whose unusual style of working with layers of coloured paper and card has led to her pieces being shown and sold at exhibitions and galleries across the UK and from her online outlet, Apple Seed Paper Cuts.

A self-taught artist, Sarah has developed her paper landscapes over the last five years, evolving from single-colour silhouette cuts to the full colour pieces you see today.

Based on her learning journey, she has now, for the first time, released a range of engaging templates created from nostalgic memories of childhood holidays and day trips to the British coast and countryside. Ideal for different skill levels, from those new to papercutting to experts keen to try using more colour in their work, each piece is a satisfying project perfect for framing. Sarah encourages readers to experiment, outlining her techniques and sharing tips to make using and choosing colour easier, with helpful information about tools and materials.

She is a member of the Association of British Naïve Artists and the Guild of American Papercutters.



Your Basket

Contains 0 items
Total: £0.00
(including special offers and delivery)
View basket

Quick Search

You may also be interested in...

Chinese Paper Cutting

Chinese Paper Cutting

by Diane Feng

Handmade Decorative Books

Handmade Decorative Books

by Sue Roddis

Twenty to Make: Tags & Toppers

Twenty to Make: Tags & Toppers

by Michelle Powell