A paper sculpture of swan is displayed on water to accentuate its gliding grace. The magic to float a paper art on water lies in material science. As a cutting-edge medium, synthetic paper boasts unconventional properties such as water resistance, durability, and buoyancy. It transcends the paper-water divide and enriches artistic expression.
Travel does wonders for creativity. Neuroscientist and psychologists have shed light on the connection between travel and creativity in numerous studies. New sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and sensations spark synapses in the brain and have the potential to revitalize the creative mind.
A sight of moose in Canada inspired this paper sculpture.
The city of Los Angeles published a cultural guide and calendar in May 2017. It showcased Asian Pacific Americans' artworks and honored their contribution to American culture. The publication included the paper sculpture of a rooster by BiJian Fan.