Chikako Sato won the Amateras annual paper art exhibition in 2009 with the works below. I couldn’t however find more information on the artist but I did manage to find her website. She works mainly with paper and textiles.
STRATA is a series of three dimensional collages. The base is an embossed monoprint collaged with monoprinted laser cut paper (used as a resist in the monoprinting process), and laser cut bristol paper. The works have a complex and subtle range of light and shadow, produced by the monoprint, ghost prints, collage, light and and actual shadows produced by the three dimensional collage elements.
Mia Pearlman received her BFA from Cornell University in 1996 and has since exhibited internationally in numerous galleries, non-profit spaces and museums, including the Museum of Arts and Design (NY), the Montgomery Museum of Art (AL), the Centre for Recent Drawing (London), and Mixed Greens (NY). Upcoming shows include the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Morgan Lehman Gallery (NY) and the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian. Her work is featured in several books on the use of paper in contemporary art. Pearlman has participated in many residency programs, including Proyecto’Ace in Buenos Aires, the Lower East Side Printshop in NYC, and the Vermont Studio Center. She is a recipient of a 2008 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and a 2009 Established Artist Fellowship from UrbanGlass. Pearlman lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Have a look at more of her interesting sculptures here.
Above is the work of Ginko Studio by GreenWallNL on Etsy
Hand crafted paper lamps by Golden Heart Illuminations also on Etsy.
This phone book light is the handwork of Keri Mulder.
The lamps above are made from recycled coffee filters. It’s pretty and eco-friendly! More of Vilma Farrell’s work here on Etsy.