The Sunday Paper Blog

June 25, 2022

Animals Out of Paper

The Sunday Paper #418

June 26th, 2022

This week I’ve been putting together a few artist’s books for an exhibition at Colorado State University that will take place this fall. When I create an edition, I don’t always complete it …

June 18, 2022

A Week of Papermaking

The Sunday Paper #417

Juneteenth + Father’s Day, 2022

I just finished hosting the first ever Papermaking Master Class in my studio. Four participants traveled here for the week to expand their knowledge of the papermaking process. We explored many …

June 11, 2022

Spinning Flowers

The Sunday Paper #417

June 12, 2022

I’ll be hosting a free mini-workshop on Zoom in a couple of weeks. We’ll make a Spinning Flower Card (you can rearrange the petals), and I’ll talk a bit about The Paper Year, …

June 4, 2022

Paper Finger Puppets

The Sunday Paper #416

June 5, 2022

I had the pleasure of talking with Owen Gildersleeve on Paper Talk, an artist specializing in handcrafted illustration, set design & art direction. His unique style, honed over the past 12 years, …

May 28, 2022

What can you do with Discarded Sheets of Paper?

The Sunday Paper #415

May 29, 2022

This past week, I hosted a group of high school students from the Colorado Academy, who spent the last week of the school year on an “Interim Trip”. It was fun to develop …

May 21, 2022

Airgami

The Sunday Paper #414

May 22, 2022

I spent the past 8 days at Anythink Wright Farms building a giant paper lantern. Step Into The Light was installed on Friday. I am so grateful to this amazing library system for …

May 14, 2022

Anythink!

The Sunday Paper #413

May 15, 2022

I had a lovely conversation with Gill Wilson on Paper Talk, who has been working in handmade paper for the past 30 years. Her work has a deep relationship with nature and …

May 7, 2022

Hug Your Mom!

The Sunday Paper #412

May 8, 2022

Happy Mama’s Day everyone.

One of my most rewarding installations was the Mother Tree Project, conceived shortly after my son’s birth in 1999 and executed in 2010. The seven-foot tall handmade paper …

April 30, 2022

Fusuma, Bojagi, Oh My!

The Sunday Paper #411

May 1, 2022

Happy May Day! I have a busy month ahead, how about you? My sister and niece are coming for a visit next week; the following week, I will be an artist-in-residence at Anythink …

April 23, 2022

Plantable Paper

The Sunday Paper #410

April 24, 2022

I’m delighted to have Cathryn Miller of Byopia Press on Paper Talk. Cathryn has had an interest in making things out of paper since early childhood, and still believes that anything —except, perhaps, …