Puget Sound Layered Papercut 8x10 (Aqua Blue)
Tucked into the northwestern corner of the state of Washington rests the amazing and beautiful Puget Sound. Formed by eroding glaciers some 15,000 years ago, and filled with glacial melt, this multi-bay and channel, fjord system begins an exchange system between the saltwater of the Pacific and freshwater of inland Washington. Named in 1792 by British Naval Captain George Vancouver in honor of his lieutenant, Peter Puget, this area is at once a bustling modern sea port and a remote natural wonder.
This is an original, layered papercut piece, handmade in Minnesota, shown here in a deliciously rich set of Royal blues, and featuring the breathtaking Puget Sound.
This unique piece is intricately cut from five layers of high quality, acid-free cardstock. The top layer is a bright white, while the layers underneath are in ever-darker shades of color. Because this piece is handmade, it will differ very slightly from piece pictured here. The back is titled, signed and dated as an original piece.
The work measures 8 x 10 inches (about 20 x 25 cm), and is about 1/4" thick.
Crafterall is the work of Marnie (named after the Hitchcock film) Karger, she lives in lovely Shorewood, Minnesota, just west of the Twin Cities. Before starting Crafterall she taught high school English for eight years.