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Stained Glass Windows Made from Stacked Laser-Cut Paper by Eric Standley

Eric Standley the Virginia-based artist received his master of fine arts from Savannah College of Art and Design and is currently an associate professor of studio art and the foundations of art and design coordinator for the school of visual arts at Virginia Tech. Stained-Glass-Windows-Made-from-Stacked-Laser-Cut-Paper -Eric-Standley (2)

courtesy of Eric Standley

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courtesy of Eric Standley

Standley works with over 100 sheets of colored paper to create complex laser cut stain glass windows and that for sure involves months of patient planning, drawing and assembly. In order to make a workable design he starts drawing – after planning and imaging a design – and that helps him to create a detailed range of imagery.  The result is so complex and detailed to a level we should put on pedestal and marvel at. Stained-Glass-Windows-Made-from-Stacked-Laser-Cut-Paper -Eric-Standley (11)

courtesy of Eric Standley

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courtesy of Eric Standley

His intricate windows are inspired from Islamic and gothic art and architecture formed in the 12 century but in a modern way, using lasers instead of chisel and hammer. “When I travel or visit galleries and museums, I am attracted to artifacts and structures that are constructed from reverence and obsession; beacons of when faith extends human capabilities to extraordinary levels. I find myself searching for evidence of impossibilities surpassed. My curiosity is trumped by my constant need to create and, admittedly, to orchestrate a composition to my partiality.My work is inspired by geometry from Gothic and Islamic architectural ornamentation in an attempt to capture a reverence for the infinite. I am interested in the conceptual migration from the permanence and massiveness of stone to the fragility and intimacy of paper.” – Eric Standley

 

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