Interview with papercut artist Annie Howe

Interview with papercut artist Annie Howe

In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Annie Howe, a Baltimore-based papercut artist, who's intricate papercuts are used for a variety of projects including illustration, surface design, and three-dimensional work and they discuss her process much more.

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Annie Howe is a Baltimore-based papercut artist. Annie’s intricate papercuts are used for a variety of projects including illustration, surface design, and three-dimensional work.

After graduating from the Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA in Fiber, Annie Howe in community arts for many years, creating and contributing to the Baltimore art community with large-scale puppetry and shadow puppets. As her love for storytelling grew through this large medium, she found her focus as an artist shifting from large 3D objects to that of the smaller more intimate medium of paper. She founded Annie Howe Papercuts in 2010, creating handmade papercuts for businesses, publications, and private collections, and has not stopped papercutting since!

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