Delicate Details, creating papercuts

Artist profile 2016. Stay tuned for 2017!

Since college, Annie Howe has been lending her intricate cuts to the community-at-large. A fiber artist, she crafted shadow puppets for Baltimore’s famed Landern Parade through Patterson Park for many years. Whittling her tools to a pencil and an x-acto knife, she is now a much sought-after artist, whose papercuts can be seen on shirts at Woodberry KitchenLoCoFloRick Bragg



Woodberry Kitchen and Local Color Flowers, and recently on the cover and throughout the pages of Pulitzer Prize winning author Rich Bragg’s book “My Southern Journey”.

Annie is especially interested in addiction and how art can help families of people with addictions express themselves.


Annie Howe Papercuts

Fundraising Websites – Crowdrise

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