Tangles and tangle ideas are abundant in this amazing art form!
This art form is absolutely amazing! I can not imagine the patience and amount of time that each newspaper takes before each artwork is complete. It looks as if each perfect cut in the newspaper may use an X-Acto like knife. The fragile lace-cut repetitive patterns are incredible. I particularly enjoy the newspapers that have shaped edges.
As a Zentangle artist, I see so much potential to create new tangles from ideas in this article and at Myriam Dion’s website. See more at:
From Dion’s website, her bio is as follows: Myriam Dion is titular of a master’s degree in visual arts and media at the University of Quebec in Montreal. She was the recipient of the Bursary from the Art Faculty Graduates’s Council, the Jean-Marc Eustache Grant for visual and media arts and the Rollande Guertin-Lys Award in visual and media arts. Since 2013, Dion’s work Was Acquired by the collections of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Loto-Québec, TD Bank of Toronto, Claridge, Cirque du Soleil and several private collections in Canada and in the USA. In 2014, she made her first solo exhibition at the gallery She has EXHIBITED Division and in the International Biennial of paper at The Museum Rijswijk (Netherlands). Dion lives and works in Montreal.