The Sunday Paper #285
November 10, 2019
Paper of the Week: Plantable Paper
I showed some neighborhood girls how to make plantable paper, which is the April project in The Paper Year 2020: A Creative Project Planner. They show you how you can make plantable paper in this adorable video.
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Out of the Studio:
I'm at the Louisiana Art Educators Association conference this weekend, where I was invited to give the keynote address, teach some workshops, and exhibit my work at the Alexandria Museum of Art. I love these three pieces created with abaca – wet sheets were literally nailed to the wall – and as they dried, they reacted to the nails. This work is available.
- Elissa Campbell made plantable paper with her 2-1/2 year old daughter this week. They made a plantable paper puppy (try saying that 5 times fast)! Follow her as she works her way through The Paper Year projects.
- Weave Through Winter is coming back! This online class is also a daily practice, designed to help you kick the year off and get your creative wheels spinning. Read more and sign the 'first to find out more' list.
- Did you catch my interview with Kathryn & Howard Clark of Twinrocker on Paper Talk?
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