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myriam dion

Meghan HarcarComment

While there are so many artists that impress me,  I have to say the pieces by Canadian artist Myraim Dion truly inspire and amaze me.   She creates these beautiful lace-like pieces by hand-cutting newspapers with an X-Acto knife.  Newspaper as a medium is so thin, that I am amazed by how she can create such small, intricate patterns without tearing the paper. I love how she utilizes different patterns and textures, and that she keeps the paper's name to provide context for the piece. Beyond that however,  her treatment of the images imbedded in the paper is pretty brilliant - she leaves enough of the image intact to give context, but allows it to remain somewhat abstract by taking away the paper's commentary on the subject matter.  Honestly, I could go on and on about how much I love these pieces, but I will stop and let you take a look for yourself. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

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