Cut, Fold, Construct: Paper Sculpture Workshop - 24th of Jan 2015

Cut, Fold, Construct: Paper sculpture workshop - 24th Jan 2015

Mini Nebula - Hand cut 160gsm paper, 2015

Date: Saturday 24th of January 10am - 4pm

About the course: Explore the potential of paper cutting, folding and construction techniques to create your own unique sculptural forms with paper artists Andy Singleton. With demonstrations and one-to-one help from the artist, learn the basic techniques of paper manipulation, including pattern creation and cutting, scoring and folding techniques and construction of 3D images. An experimental approach to the material is encouraged, which will allow beginners and experienced folders alike to explore the creative potential of sculpted paper.

Ticket price: £50 per person. A 20% Discount available for students with valid ID. 

All materials and tools will be supplied. 

Location: Westgate Studios, Wakefield, West Yorkshire. The studios are located on Westage, a 3 minute walk form the Wakefield Westgate Station. All day parking is also available near the studios. 

About the Artist: Andy Singleton is an Artist and illustrator who specialises in the creation of 2D and 3D paper artworks and installations. Andy has exhibited both nationally and internationally and has created work for clients including Liberty London, Kensington Palace, The Hepworth Gallery and Manchester Art Gallery. Andy has also delivered workshops at the V & A museum, the Tate Modern and West Dean College. 

For tickets and information please contact Andy Singleton: Email: 

Djanogly Gallery Installation: Ice Form - Nov 2014 - Feb 2014

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Ice Form takes inspiration from the freezing process as it occurs in the natural world. This natural phenomenon can create magnificent forms and patterns such as icicles, ice caves and frozen waterfalls. This installation was produced through multiple layers of hand cut and folded paper, which builds up to form the 3D structure. A layering process which has a connection to the creation of the ice structures seen in nature, which are often formed from layers of melted and frozen water.

Ice Form was commissioned by The Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham. 

Watch the video below to see how the piece was constructed and installed. 

Exhibition: Somewhere between Creation and Destruction - Joseloff Gallery, West Hartford, CT

Opening September 9th - October 26th

A new paper cut piece created for the exhibition: Collapse I - 2014

A new paper cut piece created for the exhibition: Collapse I - 2014

recently made my first visit to the US to install a piece of work for the upcoming exhibition 'Somewhere between Creation and Destruction' at the Joseloff Gallery in West Hartford, CT. The installation was my large scale work 'Stellar Spire in the Eagle Nebula' which was first created in 2012 for The First Cut Exhibition. I will also be Showing some new 2D works, created for the exhibition. To find out more visit

'Somewhere between Creation and Destruction will display traditional styles of papercutting, including Japanese kirie and katagami-style work by Kako Ueda and Aki Sogabe, as well as silhouette-inspired work by Béatrice Coron and cut text pieces by Rob Ryan and Julene Harrison.  Altered and handmade books by Su Blackwell, Sang-ah Choi, Max Marek, and Sarah Sze will share the stage with Olafur Eliasson’s impressive, laser-cut book, Your House.  Andy Singleton, Richard Sweeney, and Randal Thurston will build site-specific installations for our gallery, and new works will be created for the show by Simone Lourenço and Crystal Wagner.'

Installation in progress at the Joseloff Gallery

Installation in progress at the Joseloff Gallery

Galaxy - York College Gallery

22nd April - 22nd May 2014

York College Gallery is pleased to present a new exhibition by artist Andy Singleton called ‘Galaxy’. 

Inspired by photography of galaxies and nebula from the Hubble space telescope, Andy Singleton explores the scale, intricacy and beauty of our universe through large scale paper cut installations, 2D paper cuttings and hand drawn illustration. Through these processes, he hopes to capture the same sense of awe that we feel when we look into the deepest regions of space. For his show at York College Gallery he will be creating a new site specific installation, along with a series of smaller 2D and 3D works

find out more by clicking here