traditional and not so traditional jewish art and papercutting
Diane Palley has been creating work through the traditional folkart of papercutting for 30 years. She accepts commissions for original art from individuals and institutions and offers limited edition silkscreen and lasercut reproductions of her work.
View a talkon YouTube,
"Standing in Light and Shadow: Seeing ourselves through Text and Image". Diane tells the story of a complex papercut she created for Edenton Street Methodist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina in 2014. The papercut is a visual meditation/midrash on genocide, slavery and compassion.
View PORTFOLIO- Diane Palley's150 page B&W PDF collection of images created by papercutting