papercut art is nothing new, but i’m so impressed by the size & intricacy of these pieces by Ukrainian artist Eugenia Zoloto – and they’re all cut by hand. she says of her art…

Many years ago, when I was a little girl, my parents took me to every possible hobby classes. It was my victory and my misfortune. Yes, I’ve learnt a lot of things , but I really could not decide what I like and who I want to be. Every time when you create something new, develop new skill, etc – you feel almighty , that’s what I liked. Now I became a mother, I have a loving family and I want my child to look at me and be proud of, learned a lot and walked in the footsteps of creativity. So all my wishes and dreams turned in this corner of inspiration for me, where I can do whatever I want! I always want to believe that my art important to someone.The rustling of paper, the smell of paint and just new, different emotions.

all available at her Etsy shop.

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5 Comments

  1. The intricacy is almost unbelievable. My favorites are the ones that look like dresses. Would be great hanging on the wall. :)

    Eternally,
    Rosie

  2. incredible work! and i totally relate to her post-mom creative ambition/journey.

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