I didn't think I could do it but I won
Best of Show at the Ohio State Fair - Arts and Crafts - Paper Arts
Okay Paper Arts are not my forte. But with good teachers, proper instruction and a theme you can do pretty good. I have long admired the Art work of Dr. Louis Crusius. When I was told that Peggy and Patti were to teach a Paper Art project in my art group....well I was skeptical how I would do. I decided right off I would do something Halloween! With a theme now I had to gather the paper to go with it. I immediately thought of Dr. Crusius and began gathering pictures of his work.
Collecting items and paper that would go with the theme proved to be time consuming but fun.
This is a Cardboard book that closes.Different size boxes were glued on both sides of the inter book box and the top and bottom boxes had to match up exactly when closed. It was challenging to say the least.
As you can see that there is flat space filled with pictures and other spaces that fill the small boxes.
I enjoyed the challenge and was able to make the box work. I included a Skeleton bride, pictures of eerie children dressed in early 1900's costumes.
I made a accordion card file of his work. Of course I would never sell this reproduction of someone elses work dead or alive, it is for my pleasure only
There is also a fold out on the back of the box book that explains who Dr Louis Crusius was for those that have a curiosity for such knowledge