Omaha based artist Susan Knight is a Michigan native. Her hand cut paper, Mylar, tape and Tyvek drawings, sculpture and installations express the physics of water and environmental water issues. Her work has appeared in Sci Art in America Online Magazine. In 2016 it appeared in The Water Issue, Department of Art and Public Policy at New York University, Sculpture Magazine and the Smithsonian Online Magazine. She earned a BFA in art from Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana, and attended The University of Notre Dame, The Glassell School of Art, Houston, and The School of the Chicago Art Institute.
Using an Xacto knife I hand cut paper, plastic, Mylar and Tyvek. The cuttings become biomorphic two dimensional drawings and sculpture and installations. The work is about water, the science and structure of water and the land around it.
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