Since 1978, paper has been the most important material artist Conny Lahnstein (1960) creates beautiful works of art with. She works mainly intuitively and abstractly, using Japanese papers. She paints and colors these papers herself, from which she cuts, tears or cuts shapes. She kneads, glues and merges the pieces of paper into a three-dimensional whole. She is often inspired by archetypes that she encounters in nature. Her three-dimensional works expresses a high degree of movement. In particular, the craft technique that she has elevated to artistry, her passion for paper and endless patience are clearly visible in her works and often evoke a sense of awe in the viewer.