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blogged on decor8. Image copyright Eloise Corr Danch, Brooklyn, NY.

My first ever shoot with Lorna and Emily using the paper flowers I made for my first year in A-Level inspired by Eloise Corr Danch :)

Production assistance for the Macy's Christmas window display by Eloise Corr Danch - www.eloisecorrdanch.com

Kate's Paperie

8 West 13th Street, NYC

 

by navema

www.navemastudios.com

 

Ruffian Paper Doll is the latest historical costume paper sculpture by acclaimed artist Eloise Corr Danch. Paper Doll was exhibited in October at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York for the Paper Ball, the gala opening of the paper exhibition SLASH! Paper Under the Knife. The Victorian era–inspired dress features pages of the book Ruffian: Inside Out (Assouline) and Le Monde newspapers were used to papier mache the body. For the bodice, Eloise cut an intricate pattern and devised an internal wire bustle to create the bottom shape of the dress, giving it a dramatic 1870s silhouette. Her bustle features pictures of Brian Wolk and Claude Morais designing the collections, as well as images of their prints, inspiration reference, sketches and the models who illuminate Ruffian's silhouettes. The stripe pattern was made by cutting up quotes from the book and reassembling them to in a pinstripe pattern which was then draped into her skirting. Her bodice features a 2 layer floral pattern that she illustrated and then cut through. She has a Ruffian lace colar, lace cuffs, and a floral hat with paper flowers and a paper feather detail.

 

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Kate’s Paperie is sponsoring this exhibit entitled SLASH: PAPER UNDER THE KNIFE at the Museum of Modern Art & Design (October 7, 2009 – April 4, 2010). The works of selected artist will be featured in each of their Manhattan stores.

 

SLASH: PAPER UNDER THE KNIFE takes the pulse of the international art world's renewed interest in paper as a creative medium and source of artistic inspiration, examining the remarkably diverse use of paper in a range of art forms. Slash is the third exhibition in MAD's Materials and Process series, which examines the renaissance of traditional handcraft materials and techniques in contemporary art and design. The exhibition surveys unusual paper treatments, including works that are burned, torn, cut by lasers, and shredded. A section of the exhibition will focus on artists who modify books to transform them into sculpture, while another will highlight the use of cut paper for film and video animations.

 

Selected artists will be commissioned to create site-specific or site-referential works, and others will be invited to create work onsite in MAD's three artist studios that will subsequently be installed in the exhibition.

collections.madmuseum.org/html/exhibitions/485.html

 

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ELOISE CORR DANCH:

 

Eloise Corr Danch is a versatile freelance artist who lives and works in New York City. She is a proud and newly minted member of the Society of Illustrators, but Eloises’ skill sets have grown, after an early focus on painting and illustration, to include paper sculpture as well as product, prop, set and graphic design.

 

Eloise created the sets and backdrops for the 2009 Holiday and Fall 2009 print advertising campaign of leading Canadian retailer Joe Fresh. For the Sony artists Motion City Soundtrack, Eloise teamed up with fellow artist Molly Page, to create the Dino Head. This Mask will be used to support the band on their 2010 tour, supporting their latest Sony release "My Dinosaur Life". Eloise and Molly also created Dinosaur Robot costumes that the band wore for an AP Magazine shoot.

 

Eloise's intricate paper sculptures were featured in 23 windows at Macy’s New York flagship at Herald Square for the retailer’s 2009 Flower Show. The windows feature more than 2,500 handmade paper flowers comprising long, swirling garlands and 20 ornate headdresses. Subsequently Eloise appeared on the Martha Stewart television show, making intricate paper poppies with Martha.

 

For the 2008 Holiday season, Eloise was commissioned by Anthropologie to create a limited edition of rag dolls sewn by hand from vintage fabrics and materials. In the summer of 2008, she exhibited Lady Dulcinea, a life-size Rococo dress made entirely of paper, in the gallery at Anthropologie’s flagship New York City store in Rockefeller Center. The show received critical acclaim from TimeOut New York, RealSimple, Venus magazine and the Australian magazine Frankie. The journal Creative Quarterly awarded Eloise the Merit Medal for Lady Dulcinea and featured the work in its Spring 2009 issue.

 

Also in the summer of 2008, Eloise contributed graphic design work to Cory McAbee’s film Stingray Sam. She exhibited at SURTEX in Spring 2008, and is currently developing a stationary line called Sawdust & Tinsel.

 

Eloise’s freelance clients include Anthropologie, Macy’s, Joe Fresh, Sony Entertainment Group, RUFFIAN, Bensimon Byrne, Morgane Le Faye, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Anne Koch Set Design, Kathryn Rusch Designs, The Ragdale Foundation, Charles Adler Vintage Men’s Clothier, Linda Trau Design Studio, Saks Fifth Avenue and Leah C. Couture Millinery.

 

Eloise graduated with a Master of Arts in Illustration from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2007, where she studied with such notable illustrators as Murray Tinkelman, Vincent DiFate, Jane Bixby-Weller, Melanie Reim, Danny Pelavin, Chris Spollen, Dennis Deittrich and William Low. Before FIT, Eloise studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she received the prestigious Madeline Stanley-Jossem Scholarship; received a BFA in Painting and Drawing from The University of Montana-Missoula (1998); and studied fashion illustration in France at the Paris American Academy under Chanel illustrator David Rees. Her illustrations have appeared in the literary journals Sleepwalk, 400 Words and Eloise was profiled for HUE Magazine. Eloise's work has been featured online on Martha Stewarts Craft Blog, Decor8, Maquette, Design for Mankind, All things Paper, Cup of Jo, Paper Crave, Girlie Girl Army and many others.

 

eloisecorrdanch.com/

blogged on decor8. Image copyright Eloise Corr Danch, Brooklyn, NY.

Unicorns - Davina' illustrations

 

Drawing by Eloise Corr Danch

found July 2009

Unicorns Art Department

 

Notes: Art reference for Davina's drawing style

Kate's Paperie

8 West 13th Street, NYC

 

by navema

www.navemastudios.com

 

Ruffian Paper Doll is the latest historical costume paper sculpture by acclaimed artist Eloise Corr Danch. Paper Doll was exhibited in October at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York for the Paper Ball, the gala opening of the paper exhibition SLASH! Paper Under the Knife. The Victorian era–inspired dress features pages of the book Ruffian: Inside Out (Assouline) and Le Monde newspapers were used to papier mache the body. For the bodice, Eloise cut an intricate pattern and devised an internal wire bustle to create the bottom shape of the dress, giving it a dramatic 1870s silhouette. Her bustle features pictures of Brian Wolk and Claude Morais designing the collections, as well as images of their prints, inspiration reference, sketches and the models who illuminate Ruffian's silhouettes. The stripe pattern was made by cutting up quotes from the book and reassembling them to in a pinstripe pattern which was then draped into her skirting. Her bodice features a 2 layer floral pattern that she illustrated and then cut through. She has a Ruffian lace colar, lace cuffs, and a floral hat with paper flowers and a paper feather detail.

 

------------------------------------------------------

 

Kate’s Paperie is sponsoring this exhibit entitled SLASH: PAPER UNDER THE KNIFE at the Museum of Modern Art & Design (October 7, 2009 – April 4, 2010). The works of selected artist will be featured in each of their Manhattan stores.

 

SLASH: PAPER UNDER THE KNIFE takes the pulse of the international art world's renewed interest in paper as a creative medium and source of artistic inspiration, examining the remarkably diverse use of paper in a range of art forms. Slash is the third exhibition in MAD's Materials and Process series, which examines the renaissance of traditional handcraft materials and techniques in contemporary art and design. The exhibition surveys unusual paper treatments, including works that are burned, torn, cut by lasers, and shredded. A section of the exhibition will focus on artists who modify books to transform them into sculpture, while another will highlight the use of cut paper for film and video animations.

 

Selected artists will be commissioned to create site-specific or site-referential works, and others will be invited to create work onsite in MAD's three artist studios that will subsequently be installed in the exhibition.

collections.madmuseum.org/html/exhibitions/485.html

 

------------------------------------------------------

 

ELOISE CORR DANCH:

 

Eloise Corr Danch is a versatile freelance artist who lives and works in New York City. She is a proud and newly minted member of the Society of Illustrators, but Eloises’ skill sets have grown, after an early focus on painting and illustration, to include paper sculpture as well as product, prop, set and graphic design.

 

Eloise created the sets and backdrops for the 2009 Holiday and Fall 2009 print advertising campaign of leading Canadian retailer Joe Fresh. For the Sony artists Motion City Soundtrack, Eloise teamed up with fellow artist Molly Page, to create the Dino Head. This Mask will be used to support the band on their 2010 tour, supporting their latest Sony release "My Dinosaur Life". Eloise and Molly also created Dinosaur Robot costumes that the band wore for an AP Magazine shoot.

 

Eloise's intricate paper sculptures were featured in 23 windows at Macy’s New York flagship at Herald Square for the retailer’s 2009 Flower Show. The windows feature more than 2,500 handmade paper flowers comprising long, swirling garlands and 20 ornate headdresses. Subsequently Eloise appeared on the Martha Stewart television show, making intricate paper poppies with Martha.

 

For the 2008 Holiday season, Eloise was commissioned by Anthropologie to create a limited edition of rag dolls sewn by hand from vintage fabrics and materials. In the summer of 2008, she exhibited Lady Dulcinea, a life-size Rococo dress made entirely of paper, in the gallery at Anthropologie’s flagship New York City store in Rockefeller Center. The show received critical acclaim from TimeOut New York, RealSimple, Venus magazine and the Australian magazine Frankie. The journal Creative Quarterly awarded Eloise the Merit Medal for Lady Dulcinea and featured the work in its Spring 2009 issue.

 

Also in the summer of 2008, Eloise contributed graphic design work to Cory McAbee’s film Stingray Sam. She exhibited at SURTEX in Spring 2008, and is currently developing a stationary line called Sawdust & Tinsel.

 

Eloise’s freelance clients include Anthropologie, Macy’s, Joe Fresh, Sony Entertainment Group, RUFFIAN, Bensimon Byrne, Morgane Le Faye, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Anne Koch Set Design, Kathryn Rusch Designs, The Ragdale Foundation, Charles Adler Vintage Men’s Clothier, Linda Trau Design Studio, Saks Fifth Avenue and Leah C. Couture Millinery.

 

Eloise graduated with a Master of Arts in Illustration from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2007, where she studied with such notable illustrators as Murray Tinkelman, Vincent DiFate, Jane Bixby-Weller, Melanie Reim, Danny Pelavin, Chris Spollen, Dennis Deittrich and William Low. Before FIT, Eloise studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she received the prestigious Madeline Stanley-Jossem Scholarship; received a BFA in Painting and Drawing from The University of Montana-Missoula (1998); and studied fashion illustration in France at the Paris American Academy under Chanel illustrator David Rees. Her illustrations have appeared in the literary journals Sleepwalk, 400 Words and Eloise was profiled for HUE Magazine. Eloise's work has been featured online on Martha Stewarts Craft Blog, Decor8, Maquette, Design for Mankind, All things Paper, Cup of Jo, Paper Crave, Girlie Girl Army and many others.

 

eloisecorrdanch.com/

Eloise Corr Danch's flowers at Macy's:http://www.samanthahahn.com/blog/2009/04/17/eloise-corr-danch-paper-flowers/

Paper flower installation by Eloise Corr Danch at Nancy Margolis Gallery. Blogged: www.allthingspaper.net/2014/06/paper-sculpture-by-eloise-...

life sized paper dress based on valazquaz "las meninas" by eloise corr danch

Ruffian/Eloise Corr Danch Paper Dress

Eloise Corr Danch, an amazing Greenpoint artist renowned for her mad paper skills, has collaborated with HH to do special window installations at both stores that will be up from 2/11 to 3/15.

 

In conjunction with Eloise's window installations, we will also be giving out free CD's by singer/songwriter Andy Mason in both stores + for all web orders from 2/12-3/15.

Unicorns - Davina' illustrations

 

Drawing by Eloise Corr Danch

found July 2009

Unicorns Art Department

 

Notes: Art reference for Davina's drawing style

Unicorns - Davina' illustrations

 

Drawing by Eloise Corr Danch

found July 2009

Unicorns Art Department

 

Notes: Art reference for Davina's drawing style

Unicorns - Davina' illustrations

 

Drawing by Eloise Corr Danch

found July 2009

Unicorns Art Department

 

Notes: Art reference for Davina's drawing style

Eloise Corr Danch, an amazing Greenpoint artist renowned for her mad paper skills, has collaborated with HH to do special window installations at both stores that will be up from 2/11 to 3/15.

 

In conjunction with Eloise's window installations, we will also be giving out free CD's by singer/songwriter Andy Mason in both stores + for all web orders from 2/12-3/15.

Holiday display. This beautiful doll was made by artist Eloise Corr Danch, and why I didn't snatch it up, buy it, and bring it home is now a mystery to me. Here's more of Eloise Danch's work here: eloisecorrdanch.com/ecdanch.html

Unicorns - Davina' illustrations

 

Drawing by Eloise Corr Danch

found July 2009

Unicorns Art Department

 

Notes: Art reference for Davina's drawing style

Look what I made! I'm handy with a hot glue gun. (Inspired by the works of Eloise Corr Danch, whose work is amazing and you should check it out here: www.eloisecorrdanch.com)

Eloise Corr Danch (pictured), an amazing Greenpoint artist renowned for her mad paper skills, has collaborated with HH to do special window installations at both stores that will be up from 2/11 to 3/15.

 

In conjunction with Eloise's window installations, we will also be giving out free CD's by singer/songwriter Andy Mason in both stores + for all web orders from 2/12-3/15.

 

Elizabeth St. location - NYC

I saw these flowers on Regina's Creative Kismet photostream and I had to check them out!

 

I loved hers and wanted to make some of my own. From her blog, I followed the link to Martha Stewart

 

The artist who created these for Martha Stewart is Eloise Corr Danch. She does amazing things with paper!

Unicorns - Davina' illustrations

 

Drawing by Eloise Corr Danch

found July 2009

Unicorns Art Department

 

Notes: Art reference for Davina's drawing style

Production assistance for the Macy's Christmas window display by Eloise Corr Danch - www.eloisecorrdanch.com

Eloise Corr Danch, an amazing Greenpoint artist renowned for her mad paper skills, has collaborated with HH to do special window installations at both stores that will be up from 2/11 to 3/15.

 

In conjunction with Eloise's window installations, we will also be giving out free CD's by singer/songwriter Andy Mason in both stores + for all web orders from 2/12-3/15.

Unicorns - Davina' illustrations

 

Drawing by Eloise Corr Danch

found July 2009

Unicorns Art Department

 

Notes: Art reference for Davina's drawing style