Tissue-paper window

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Inspired to stained-glass windows, my son created this work to represent a St. David’s life episode.
He drew a very simple and stylized scene, with very large contour lines. Then he cut off the  empty spaces from two black cardboards overlaid.
After that he glued the shaped and coloured pieces of tissue-paper on one of the black cardboard cutout.
Eventually he has glued the black cardboards cut out of each other.


Pop-up castle

Ancient Parchment… with coffee


8 thoughts on “Tissue-paper window”

  1. Absolutely wonderful! I've been wanting to do this, but am nervous about using an xacto knife with certain students. What grade did this? It looks like you had one student only. Seriously, I love the subject, colors, everything!


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