Northern Californian Artist Tahiti Pehrson has been hand cutting intricate paper works for over a decade. The works are often done in monochromatic white layers. Finley cut images cast light and shadow through dramatic scenes. creating a breakdown of hard edges and echoing images and patterns.
Homage is paid to Guilloche patterns a system used to produce a complex series of geometrical patterns seen on currency throughout the world. The fragility of connectedness is expressed in physical structure. Some works are burned to illuminate transitory nature and finite beauty. Pehrson continues to work and show internationally.