Caroline Jane Harris explores the dichotomy in science and art, traditional processes and contemporary practices. She responds to visual phenomena in nature; the endless geometric patterns found in all levels of existence. Using tree formations as her starting point, Harris creates an idealised aesthetic of nature, through the symmetrical rendering of digitally printed photographs, which are then hand-cut and layered. Once layered, the two dimensional paper-cuts have an inherent sense of depth creating three-dimensional drawings, preserved between glass.
Wow! This is really stunning! How much time does is take for one piece to finish?
Love your work! Imre van Buuren
Lots of time is my guess; I think she must be the queen of patience 🙂