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Cut + Paste was formed by accident when two artists fell in love and decided to make their home their palette. Ask us how we can transform your space, or scroll on to learn more.

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Cut + Paste was formed by accident when two artists fell in love and decided to make their home their palette. Ask us how we can transform your space, or scroll on to learn more.

Contact us 

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Patrick Girouard uses stained glass to create mosaic windows and other pieces of art when he isn’t illustrating children’s books. “I was working with fused glass but felt frustrated by the restrictions. I switched to mosaics because I can use any materials I like: glass, keys, coins, costume jewelry, gold and copper leaf, knives, forks, spoons . . . my imagination is the only limit.”

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Patrick Girouard uses stained glass to create mosaic windows and other pieces of art when he isn’t illustrating children’s books. “I was working with fused glass but felt frustrated by the restrictions. I switched to mosaics because I can use any materials I like: glass, keys, coins, costume jewelry, gold and copper leaf, knives, forks, spoons . . . my imagination is the only limit.”

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Debra Cusick started experimenting with collage when she downsized in the early 2000’s. “I couldn’t afford to purchase the solid core, six-panel doors I wanted to replace the hollow core existing, and my sister suggested I regard them as canvases. I accepted the challenge, and while working on my first project started grabbing pieces of packing material, an old torn screen and the rest of a can of paint I had brought with me from the old house. Ever since then - when I didn’t like an existing surface I collaged it.”

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Debra Cusick started experimenting with collage when she downsized in the early 2000’s. “I couldn’t afford to purchase the solid core, six-panel doors I wanted to replace the hollow core existing, and my sister suggested I regard them as canvases. I accepted the challenge, and while working on my first project started grabbing pieces of packing material, an old torn screen and the rest of a can of paint I had brought with me from the old house. Ever since then - when I didn’t like an existing surface I collaged it.”

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Gallery


Our passion for mosaic and collage provides infinite room for ideas and applications. We help the planet by reusing materials that would otherwise end up in landfills, and create enduring and unique art in the process.

 

Gallery


Our passion for mosaic and collage provides infinite room for ideas and applications. We help the planet by reusing materials that would otherwise end up in landfills, and create enduring and unique art in the process.