I've posted about papercut miracle worker Kako Ueda before, and it's always thrilling to see an artist's work develop and deepen over time. Ueda has a show up now at George Adams Gallery called "New Cut Paper Studies," which incorporates more colorful, painterly elements within the lacey webs. This latest work explores the idea of fright, and features such beings as clowns, ravens, spiders, and yūrei. But the nightmares are truly lovely to behold, embellished as they are with careful detail by the artist. Would that we could all approach our fears with such honor and grace.