Berlin Circus by Lucila Biscione

Lucila Biscione

"Emotions inspire me; how I perceive different experiences in my life. Drawing is the tool I have to communicate my feelings and thoughts. I look inwards to find images when I’m working. The important thing for me is to look for where these images come from, how did I come to feel this way, what kinds of characters were present at this moment, and in what context did this image develop? Only through observing those moments carefully and being conscious of every detail, as if one was playing the piano, I get inspired." Lucila Biscione

Berlin Circus by Lucila Biscione. 9 x 12 inches (23 x 30,5 cm) in size. Giclée print of an original paper cut and pencil. Each print in this series of 25, comes with a certificate of authenticity, numbered and signed by the artist with the date of printing. Printed on artist-quality pigment- and acid-free cotton paper. Unframed. While all prints come unframed, they all fit standard frame sizes and standard pre-cut mat sizes (read: you won’t ever need to pay for pricey custom framing).

Categories: Paper cut, Argentine Artist.

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Lucila Biscione is a paper cut artist based in Berlin, born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lucila studied drawing, painting and graphic design. She mixes illustrations and paper cut in original, highly-detailed, hand-cut pieces.Her work is moved by her emotions and the possibility to transform reality; this is what she says about what inspires her: “Every small detail of my life can be a story to draw.”Lucila’s pieces remind us of whimsical childhood dreams, magic stories and mysterious legends of the past; they awake our curiosity and love for beautiful, hidden details.

Keywords: paper cut, animals, paintings. Argentine artist. 

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 Learn more about Lucila's work: Lucila Biscione and the Art of Detail