Working with paper as her dominant medium, Diana Beltran Herrera puts the common origami crane to shame with her 3D bird sculptures. The artist, who graduated with an undergraduate degree in industrial design and is currently pursuing a Masters in Fine Art, finds herself expressing concerns for temporality and change in the relationship between nature and urban society. Herrera achieves this, in part, through her ongoing series of handmade paper birds, executed with meticulous attention to detail and painstaking layering. Enjoy a brief glance at this burgeoning artist’s work and head here to read an interview on Herrera’s process.
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