Lisa Rodden is one of the many paper artists we have already featured here in Design Faves. But do not mistake her to be just like any of them. This Sydney-based artist has been creating since she could hold a pencil. She has studied sculpture, drawing, watercolors, and oil painting both in Europe and Australia. A long history of working in interiors also gave her an ample amount of knowledge of the psychology of color, mood, and the overall impact of an artwork in a space.
Rodden’s hand cut paper works might look simple as a finished product but creating it actually involves a tedious process. She cuts, slices, and folds thick layers of white paper on top of an acrylic-painted sheet. The small geometric cuts then reveal windows of color creating a striking effect between the color from the layer beneath and the shadow made by the folded top sheet. Visit her website to see more of her beautiful creations.