Ario Kiswinar, A Paper Artist With Multiple Styles


Indonesian artist, Ario Kiswinar likes to play with paper. Experimenting with colour, ink, and pattern in two-dimensional and three-dimensional visual arts. Geometric paper sculpture is one of Kiswinar experiments. He also plays with colour like ombre and metallic. That kind of coloured paper sculpture became a fresh and innovative interior and exterior design.






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Creating designs, manipulating symbols and putting pen to paper is part of our human heritage. Cubism, zentangle, and doddle are some of Kiswinar's painting and drawing styles. His objects were analyzed, broken up and reassembled in an abstracted shape, form and colour. Beside painting and drawing, Kiswinar also created a 'cubist mask'. A mask made from his cubist painting.



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Kiswinar made some relaxing zentangles. The drawing structured patterns increases focus and creativity, provides artistic satisfaction along with an increased sense of personal well being.



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Simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may just be composed of random and abstract lines, generally without ever lifting the drawing device off of the paper. Doodle is a manifestation of occupied mind. The occupied mind of Kiswinar contains some avant-garde creatures and zentangle patterns.



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Other Artworks

Kiswinar's easter egg. Sculpture paper in geometric zentangle pattern with paper folding in the form of coloured butterflies
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Kiswinar's painting of psychedelic skull
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Kiswinar's layered paper cutting on canvas in neon colours
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Kiswinar's miniature craft on the mug in the form of a rhinoceros and a bear
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Kiswinar's experiments with ink. In the shape of trees and bushes. Also cubism stick figure (in the shape of body poses)
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Self-portrait, acrylic on canvas