What struck me about Jen’s work is her vibrant and explosive use of colour. In both her paintings and paper sculptures Jen’s complex use of colour dazzles the beholder.



Jen Stark uses paper and her patience of a saint as her primary mediums. Her captivating paper sculptures are inspired by wormholes, microscopic patterns and sliced anatomy (her sisters a doctor who would bring home anatomical science books). Through the use of simple paper cutting techniques she creates complex, intricate sculptures. The ideas are based on replication and infinity, replicating intelligent design and. Her drawings and paintings are equally as intricate and spellbeinding but display a less restrained hand.



Image source: HiddenPeople and JenStark

Posted by: Annika Lyons


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