Do you remember Anton Kammerl?  Well, Anton invited Jacqueline to show her work at Cafe Kosmos and then JacquelineCuts contacted me to meet with her and chat about her art.  I usually don’t wander around to the cafes but I’m on my staycation so I went and met with the artist Jacqueline Cuts.

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Cafe Kosmos, Munich Germany

This is Jacqueline cuts.  She is a French Artist from the northern part of France who began cutting and collaging about a year ago.  Munich Artists likes prolific and productive artists so we were happy to see 30 art pieces hanging on the walls of the cafe.  All thirty pieces are A4 or smaller and they all are 200 Euro or less.  Perfect to take home and hang in your studio or above your desk or, give as a birthday present to Munich Artists.

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Jacqueline Cuts

Why did Jacqueline Cuts start cutting a year ago?  Jacqueline Cuts moved house and in that move she discarded her old home, her old boyfriend and some of her old ways.  In the vacuum, art flourished and attracted into her life hundreds of collages which flowed from her finger tips onto the walls of Cafe Kosmos.  The move also attracted creative people into her life like Anton Kammerl, Munich Artists and her new musician boyfriend.

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Collage by Jacqueline Cuts

Jacqueline Cuts does not plan her collages but, she decides to create her work through a more intuitive process where the images call to her and ask to be combined. She lets them decide how they want to be arranged and cuts them until she feels the pieces are completed.

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Collage by Jacqueline Cuts

Why pick Collaging as an art form?  Even though she dabbled with writing, Jacqueline Cuts wanted to focus on a visual art form but wasn’t attracted to painting or drawing.  She found that collaging was her passion and she never gets bored of cutting.

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Collage work by Jacqueline Cuts
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Collage work by Jacqueline Cuts
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Collage work by Jacqueline Cuts
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Collage work by Jacqueline Cuts

While visiting Germany, Jacqueline cuts will be creating collages with German materials so, if you have any old magazines you want to give her or, you want to meet with Jacqueline Cuts while she is in town (for a month), you can connect with her through her website Jaquelinecuts.com  or through me but connecting with her directly with be easier for you and for me.

 

 

Written by Emmy Horstkamp

Hi, my name is Emmy and I live in Munich, Germany. If you want to know about art me visit my art page www.emmyhorstkamp.com or visit me in Munich, Germany

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