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The Hilma 8x10 Original Cut Paper Artwork | Art & Wall Decor by Neets
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The Hilma 8x10 Original Cut Paper Artwork - Art & Wall Decor


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This piece was inspired by Hilma Af Klint, a Swedish artist and mystic. In particular, this piece is my cut paper interpretation of her “No. 2 Childhood”. Featuring textured papers in bright, poppy colours, I wanted this piece to feel vibrant and energetic in a dizzyingly playful way.

“ The pictures were painted directly through me, without preliminary drawings and with great power. I had no idea what the pictures would depict and still I worked quickly and surely without changing a single brush-stroke.”
-Hilma Af Klint

Fact about Hilma: She truly was a mystic— finding spirituality after the death of her sister. She was in a circle of sisterhood that practiced séances. Additionally, in her work, she has said that felt she was being directed by a force— one that would literally guide her hand.

8 x 10
Japanese Washi Paper on 308gsm White Cotton Paper.
Every single piece has been cut and pasted by hand.
Artist’s signature (that’s me!) on the back.
Frame not included.

please know that colours may vary slightly from what is seen on your screen

This collection was born from a desire to share stories. Featuring female artists throughout history, it is an invitation to collectively remember the incredible artists who came before us. I hope this collection leaves you energized to pass these stories along, and to nurture your creativity- however it shows up.

Creation: 1-2 weeks
Shipping: USPS 7-10 days
$20 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: January 2, 2022

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Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2021
Elevated playfulness for the young at heart

Hi I’m Anita, but you can call me Neets. I am a mixed media artist/ illustrator and I create artwork that is playful and warm- for the young and young at heart.

A lot of my artwork uses hand cut washi paper; and, as a result, my process is a thoughtful homage to the inner child, imperfection, and slow living.

Just like when chefs make a gourmet meal from farm to table ingredients, I recognize that the paper I use was handmade, its fibers grown on a farm cultivated by the hands of many workers. It took a lot for it to get here in my hands and it’s an honour to shape it into artwork.

I release one to two thoughtfully designed collections a year. At the heart of each collection is a deep curiosity. Whether it's a concept I want to explore, or a topic about which I would like to learn; each original piece is a love letter to wonder.