The Toronto Reference Library is bursting with oversized botanicals in this one of a kind layered papercut!
Clean inked architectural lines intertwine with fantastical plant-life in this one of a kind papercut. Each plant is watercoloured and carefully arranged to create a one of a kind piece that weaves throughout the Reference Library's windows.
Based on Natalie's research into the original architectural plans for the Library by architect Raymond Moriyama and his inspiration of the Babylon Hanging Gardens, this imaginative portrait of the Reference Library by Natalie brings in the lush experience of plant life originally planned for the library's atrium.
This limited edition original artwork is framed and ready to hang on your wall, available as a 25”x32” artwork.
Each papercut is handcut and assembled into multiple layers by Natalie Draz, creating a visually striking multi-layered artwork. Each piece is archival and made from museum-quality materials including 100% cotton rag paper. Frames are made in Ontario from local ash wood. Each multi-layered original is framed with museum-quality plexi in a deep shadowbox frame by Natalie Draz herself.
The Toronto Reference Library in a limited edition artwork, with an edition size of 25 in a 25" x 32" shadowbox frame. Once an edition is sold out, it is not available ever again!
Also available as a high quality art print in 12” x 12” and 6” x 6”.