The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens has a new exhibit, Delicate Cuts: Untamed Beauty in the Arcangel Gallery from January 3 through February 25. It celebrates the visual poetry of nature through the medium of paper cut art. The crisp edges and flowing curves of vines, petals, feathers and more, transform a blank sheet of paper into a work that honors the complex patterns found in our living world. Intricate scenes set across layers of paper allow light to peek through, bringing to light the untamed beauty of nature.
The artist, Kiyomi Millar, is a papercut and papercraft artist based in Lewiston, NY. Paper manipulation is the main focus of her work, whether through kirigami, origami, or traditional paper-cutting techniques. She draws inspiration from her art through her deep love of nature.
The cost of the exhibit is included in the price of admission.
A reservation is strongly recommended. For further information or to reserve a ticket go to: https://www.buffalogardens.com/collections/events/products/kiyomi-milar-exhibit
$15.00 Seniors (62+) & Students (13+ with ID)
$9.00 Kids 3-12
Kids 2 and under are free but must have a ticket
Garden Members are free but must have a ticket