Natasha Bowdoin‘s cut paper works totally hit my sweet spot.
A 2007 graduate of the MFA program at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, Bowdoin creates effusive, dynamic drawings and assemblages employing cut paper as a medium. Her elegant, organic forms are simultaneously fastidious and free-flowing. Natasha’s wall installation Alice, in particular, puts me at a loss for words.
It seems to have the same effect on the artist herself. There’s a huge selection of images on her website, but not much talk. (I’m sort of in love with the fact that her artist statement is apparently “COMING SOON.”)
When words do make an appearance, they function as pattern:
(As it turns out, sometimes that’s all you need.)