Wonderful and passionate kisses
Mastering to paint a portrait is frequently regarded as one of the most difficult tasks. But Polly Verity, a graphic designer, can capture human traits without ever picking up a pencil or brush. Alternatively, she skillfully wrinkles and bends huge pieces of fabric, wire mesh, and watercolour paper to make a human face (or two).
Verity has squeezed and flattened into reality realistic details like the nose, nostrils, lips, and eyes in each of these artworks, which react with the source of light to expose them. She creates both accurate photographs of lovers embracing one another and unique portraits of people.
These fragile pieces of art are beautiful because they are so straightforward. Beginning with a standard square and rectangular piece of paper, Verity tries to manipulate the 2D surface until the intended result is obtained. Verity uses paper and canvas’ inherent beauty to realise her idea rather than depending on another media, allowing the folded picture to catch the sunlight to enhance the beauty of her creation.
Verity has an online marketplace where you can buy unique artworks, and if you join her on Insta, you can stay up to date on her current endeavours and planned shows.
Artist Polly Verity creates incredible face creations by folding scraps of watercolour paper, canvas, and chicken wire.
With a few placed strategically creases, she produces lips.
After a few more pleats, the nose appears.
Finally, a whole picture of the face image appears.
Verity represents all different appearance forms while developing and perfecting her one-of-a-kind style.
Various facial features are explored throughout her collection of art.
In these movies, you can see Verity creating her carvings:
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