Iím Keiko Suzuki, an artist originally from Japan, now living in Seattle. The hand-torn newspaper collages you see on this website are my original designs. I use an amazing technique that gives a unique and softly textural look to the nature and animal subjects I love to portray. My work is earth-friendly, as I transform discarded papers into delightful artwork.
Iím passionate about the beauty of nature that enriches our everyday lives. My art brings that natural beauty inside to brighten your home.
= About The Hand-Torn Collage Arts =
This collage method was developed by one lady in Tokyo in 2003. It was originally developed for children and physically challenged people to enjoy easily and safely creating collages without any cutting tools.
This hand-torn collages are fully made with newspapers. Because all shapes of the works are hand-torn (no scissors and knives are used), they provide warm and soft impression that I love.
A slide show of the collage art making process can be found here: http://www.keikosuzukiart.com/how-my-arts-are-created/
****** Whole collection are available at keikosuzukiart.com ******
Keiko Suzuki joined Fine Art America on June 17th, 2013.