Paper Bears Spiritual Weight

The Sunday Paper #324

August 9, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Maria Amalia Wood

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© Maria Amalia Wood. The Metamorphisms artist book was pushed around on a movable pedestal to engage

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Handmade Paper For Sale

The Sunday Paper #323

August 2, 2020

In the Studio: Online Paper Starts NOW!

Here… we… go! Shop for handmade papers you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Click through to watch a video of me handling and describing the papers. Supplies are limited, so don’t delay. Thanks for supporting Helen Hiebert Studio!

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Papermaker of the Week: Cathleen Baker

This

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Home in the Cottonwood

The Sunday Paper #322

July 26, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Helen Frederick

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

Helen Frederick is known mainly for hand-driven media such as custom-formed paper installations, artist books, paintings, drawings, and prints

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Papermaker of the Week

The Sunday Paper #321

July 19, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Nancy Cohen

This is a new column. If you’re a papermaker and would like to be featured in the coming weeks and months, please fill out this form. I’d love to hear from you!

© 2020, Nancy Cohen, Migration Drawing, 67 x 55 inches, abaca, cotton and linen pulp on pigmented abaca

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Treewhispers

The Sunday Paper #320   July 12, 2020 Papermaker of the Week: Pamela Paulsrud I had the recent pleasure of talking with Pamela Paulsrud on Paper Talk. Pam is a Chicago artist who began papermaking to examine and exploring the creative process from inception to completion. From the formation of sheets, to working with fibers in its various degrees, she was led to create spontaneous

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The Woman Who Printed the Declaration of Indepence

The Sunday Paper #319

July 5, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Ray Tomasso

Ray Tomasso at the Hong Kong Open Printshop in 2018. Photo by Wong Lik-wan / Courtesy of Diane Wray Tomasso

It is with great sadness that I share the news that Ray Tomasso passed away on June 25th. Ray was papermaker and artist who welcomed me into his Denver, CO

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Virtual Studio Tour

The Sunday Paper #318

June 28, 2020

Paper of the Week: Translucent Papers

I recently stumbled across these paper samples I put together for my book Paper Illuminated 20 years ago. They show a range of ways to make paper translucent: punching, tie dyeing, embedding, piercing, layering, printing, applying beeswax, using the old cut & pierce technique, and more. My book, now out of

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A New Ceiling Lamp

The Sunday Paper #317

June 14, 2020

Paper of the Week: Mulberry Paper & More

I love discovering new papers and paper combinations, and it is fun to pare papers (kind of like paring wine) for paper weavings. I’m using these two papers for a Woven Window Hanging lesson in my upcoming online class, Paper + Light. It features a smooth mulberry and a batik

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I Can't Understand It

The Sunday Paper #316

June 14, 2020

Paper of the Week: Words on Paper

© Emily Duong, Stand, 2020, 8.5×11″, paper and stamps.

This piece by Emily Duong moved me when I saw it on Instagram this week, so I wrote to her for permission to share. This text accompanied her post: “As we reflect on all the voices we hear from our

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Equality, Justice, Participate, Harmony, Continuum, Perspective

The Sunday Paper #315

June 6, 2020

Paper of the Week: Word Broadsides

Sometimes when I post an image, the colors get electrified, and I’m not sure why. I have to say though, that these brighter colors work for my mood this week. I’m feeling the need to do something proactive about the state of our country. While I figure this out, here’s some

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