“Ian Troxell’s introspective artistic process comes alive in his Paper Sculpture Series where he injects social and political satire into art.
While paper can have a short life span in some people’s eyes, Troxell creates a bigger purpose around the fragile medium. Here, the viewer can experience the metaphoric value of the “paper sculpture” and its relation to the short lived life of art, or the even deeper correlation to life and death. Troxell sheds light on the conductive powers of art by taking the viewers on rides through thoughts they never dreamed of having, exploring the power of the paper sculpture as a platform.”
Written by Jade Moyano