Rogan Brown’s Paper Sculptures
Through his delicate paper sculptures, Rogan Brown expresses his fascination with the intricacy of the natural world. Drawing inspiration from scientific illustrations, Brown’s hand-cut pieces do not represent a single organism, but reflect themes found in nature. The patterns that Brown searches for exist in different scales, ranging from single cells to large geological formations.
Although each project is incredibly time consuming, Brown states that the amount of time spent on each sculpture is part of its meaning. Certainly, thinking about how much labour goes in to each piece leaves you in awe. The artist states that he chose paper as his medium because “it captures perfectly that mixture of delicacy and durability that for me characterizes the natural world” (Rogan Brown).
-Janine Truong
Rogan Brown’s Paper Sculptures
Through his delicate paper sculptures, Rogan Brown expresses his fascination with the intricacy of the natural world. Drawing inspiration from scientific illustrations, Brown’s hand-cut pieces do not represent a single organism, but reflect themes found in nature. The patterns that Brown searches for exist in different scales, ranging from single cells to large geological formations.
Although each project is incredibly time consuming, Brown states that the amount of time spent on each sculpture is part of its meaning. Certainly, thinking about how much labour goes in to each piece leaves you in awe. The artist states that he chose paper as his medium because “it captures perfectly that mixture of delicacy and durability that for me characterizes the natural world” (Rogan Brown).
-Janine Truong
Rogan Brown’s Paper Sculptures
Through his delicate paper sculptures, Rogan Brown expresses his fascination with the intricacy of the natural world. Drawing inspiration from scientific illustrations, Brown’s hand-cut pieces do not represent a single organism, but reflect themes found in nature. The patterns that Brown searches for exist in different scales, ranging from single cells to large geological formations.
Although each project is incredibly time consuming, Brown states that the amount of time spent on each sculpture is part of its meaning. Certainly, thinking about how much labour goes in to each piece leaves you in awe. The artist states that he chose paper as his medium because “it captures perfectly that mixture of delicacy and durability that for me characterizes the natural world” (Rogan Brown).
-Janine Truong
Rogan Brown’s Paper Sculptures
Through his delicate paper sculptures, Rogan Brown expresses his fascination with the intricacy of the natural world. Drawing inspiration from scientific illustrations, Brown’s hand-cut pieces do not represent a single organism, but reflect themes found in nature. The patterns that Brown searches for exist in different scales, ranging from single cells to large geological formations.
Although each project is incredibly time consuming, Brown states that the amount of time spent on each sculpture is part of its meaning. Certainly, thinking about how much labour goes in to each piece leaves you in awe. The artist states that he chose paper as his medium because “it captures perfectly that mixture of delicacy and durability that for me characterizes the natural world” (Rogan Brown).
-Janine Truong
Rogan Brown’s Paper Sculptures
Through his delicate paper sculptures, Rogan Brown expresses his fascination with the intricacy of the natural world. Drawing inspiration from scientific illustrations, Brown’s hand-cut pieces do not represent a single organism, but reflect themes found in nature. The patterns that Brown searches for exist in different scales, ranging from single cells to large geological formations.
Although each project is incredibly time consuming, Brown states that the amount of time spent on each sculpture is part of its meaning. Certainly, thinking about how much labour goes in to each piece leaves you in awe. The artist states that he chose paper as his medium because “it captures perfectly that mixture of delicacy and durability that for me characterizes the natural world” (Rogan Brown).
-Janine Truong

Rogan Brown’s Paper Sculptures

Through his delicate paper sculptures, Rogan Brown expresses his fascination with the intricacy of the natural world. Drawing inspiration from scientific illustrations, Brown’s hand-cut pieces do not represent a single organism, but reflect themes found in nature. The patterns that Brown searches for exist in different scales, ranging from single cells to large geological formations.

Although each project is incredibly time consuming, Brown states that the amount of time spent on each sculpture is part of its meaning. Certainly, thinking about how much labour goes in to each piece leaves you in awe. The artist states that he chose paper as his medium because “it captures perfectly that mixture of delicacy and durability that for me characterizes the natural world” (Rogan Brown).

-Janine Truong

Rogan Brown’s Paper Sculptures

Through his delicate paper sculptures, Rogan Brown expresses his fascination with the intricacy of the natural world. Drawing inspiration from scientific illustrations, Brown’s hand-cut pieces do not represent a single organism, but reflect themes found in nature. The patterns that Brown searches for exist in different scales, ranging from single cells to large geological formations.

Although each project is incredibly time consuming, Brown states that the amount of time spent on each sculpture is part of its meaning. Certainly, thinking about how much labour goes in to each piece leaves you in awe. The artist states that he chose paper as his medium because “it captures perfectly that mixture of delicacy and durability that for me characterizes the natural world” (Rogan Brown).

-Janine Truong





  Posted on August 26, 2013

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