All Aoyama Hina uses is a simple pair of scissors to create the most intricately cut paper art ever! Where her work shines is her series called "Sentences" where she cuts out words to be carefully mounted on walls and framed. She not only has great eyesight but a steady hand and an enormous amount of careful patience when she works and handles her art.
She doesn’t consider herself a traditionalist with her lacy look art, but she tries to approach and exceed the level of time consuming intricacy seen with needle lace making.
The Japanese born artist currently lives in France.
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