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Monday, June 18, 2007


Massimo Bartolini Airplane 2007I liked Massimo Bartolini's extremely small show (only two works) also at D'Amelio Terras gallery mainly because I thought, "Hey, I could do that." Here's how Bartolini created these paper designs. He folded a large piece of paper into a paper airplane, unfolded it, and then traced the creases with colored pencil. Viola! You just got yourself some art to hang on your wall. Bartolini framed the piece of paper under glass, by the way. The result looks some Cubistic study. I am really going to try to do this. (Image via D'Amelo Terras gallery)