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Quilled Paper Art by Sena RunaSena Runa is an Istanbul-based...

Quilled Paper Art by Sena Runa

Sena Runa is an Istanbul-based Turkish artist born in 1983.

After graduating with a BA degree from Marmara University in Istanbul in 2008, I worked as a HR specialist until January 2015 when I left my job and started designing artworks using paper quilling technique as a full time job. I have been interested in art as long as I can remember, but unfortunately I didn’t study art and design. I have a passion to create things and am very happy I found quilling.

You can follow her new designs on Facebook and Instagram

You need the art in order to love the life. We guarantee you that!

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