The Sunday Paper #100 – Let’s Have a Giveaway!
Wow, I can hardly believe that this is the 100th issue of The Sunday Paper! Special thanks to all of you for reading it and for sending your enthusiastic comments, suggestions and donations. Keep them coming! (If you’d like to donate, just click here).
The Sunday Paper #88
Happy New Year! As we launch into 2016, I wanted to tell you how much I love creating and sharing The Sunday Paper with you. This is just a quick note about some ways that you can contribute –my heartfelt thanks to those of you who already do […]
This is the 52nd edition of The Sunday Paper! The first year has flown by, and it has been such a delight to share over 260 interesting facts about paper with you (that’s an average of five paperfacts per week). Thank you for your comments, ideas, and words of encouragement. Keep them […]
Work of the Week: I’ve been stitching a lot lately – embroidering words about motherhood onto a skirt which will be completed early next month – stay tuned! I love this poem by William Stafford, which talks about the threads that run through our lives. The Way It Is features a thread drawing that is […]
Work of the Week: Modern Day Watermarking is my first artists’ book (actually it’s a hybrid how-to/artists’ book). The text describes a watermarking technique that utilizes buttercut, a thin rubber material. The book structure is a one-sheet fold which shows off the technique. View more images and acquire your own copy by clicking here.
Work of the Week: This is a new idea, to show a work each week. This is a piece from my 100 x 100 Paper Weavings Project (and it is for sale :). I picked it because has an egg on it, and do you see that the egg is venturing toward freedom? Happy Easter […]
In the Studio: I’ve started using the handwritten words so many of you sent me for one of several new projects relating to mothers/motherhood. My Mormor (which means mother’s mother in Dutch as I’ve recently learned) had a tablecloth that she had relatives autograph when they visited (she’d bring it out at family reunions, etc). […]
Out and About: I’m in Salt Lake City this weekend, where I just finished teaching a workshop on Experimental Abaca. I like the call this fiber the incredible shrinking material, because it is. It is such a delight to show students a few possibilities and to see how they run with it. Wow!
In the Studio: I’m making some headway with all of the mother words I’ve received. Stay tuned for more details soon. In the meantime, I’m busy working out the details for upcoming workshops in Seattle (June 27/28), Portland (July 10-12) and New York City (September 26/27). Feel free to send me an e-mail […]
In the Studio: Today’s the last day to save on handmade papers: check out my on-line handmade paper sale! I made this piece with one of the abaca leathers featured in the sale.
Handle With Care, edition of 25, 5″ x 5″ x 5″. Text reads: “You are holding the world in your hands”.