One art I’d like to try someday is quilling. This is an art that uses small strips of paper, wound to various tightness, to create a three-dimensional art. When I was a child, I remember seeing ones that were usually monochromatic, usually white. I don’t know if that’s because it was in vogue at the time or if that particular area of California just had artists that liked working in plain colors; but when I did some research for my post, I found some amazing, inspiring images. Take a look.
I love how simple this star is, and how it cycles through the colors of the rainbow.
I love peacocks! This one is incredible – look at the level of detail! The height of the pieces differs depending on whether it’s the branch or the bird, too. Such complexity!
I found a detailed YouTube channel that has classes in quilling for free, here. You can see all the different kinds of designs possible and maybe get inspired to try it yourself!