The Sunday Paper Blog

August 30, 2014

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Is it just me, or have you been noticing more paper illustrations in print? Eiko Ojala designed this cover for last February’s New Yorker Magazine’s anniversary issue. Nice work!

Check out this digitally embroidered wallpaper by London-based studio Custhom. The …

August 26, 2014

Summer Camp

I think it was in 1992 that I had my first exposure to a summer camp for artists, and I totally dug it! I was living in NYC and had just started working at Dieu Donné Papermill. A friend told …

August 23, 2014

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This dance review in the Wall Street Journal describes James Lee Byars’ piece called The Mile-Long Paper Walk, which was originally performed in 1965. The performance of this piece (as well as 4 other pieces by Byars) is taking …

August 20, 2014

Make Your Own Mould & Deckle

I’ve been making paper for many years and I have to say that my absolute favorite mould is made by Timothy Moore. I’m not sure that he is even taking orders for moulds anymore (and if he is, he …

August 16, 2014

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Friends, Romans, Paper-people, lend me your ears. I’m having a one-week Buy One/Get Some Sale, and you’re the first to hear about it. Click here and save on videos, paper, a watermark kit and pop-up goodies.

And now, here’s …

August 12, 2014

Strange Papers

I had the pleasure of meeting Fred Siegenthaler at the International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artist’s (IAPMA) meeting in Fabriano, Italy in early July. I’ve known about him since the beginning of my career, but our paths hadn’t …

August 9, 2014

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I just taught a week-long workshop at Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. One of the metals instructors, James Thurman, developed a paper and resin material called Thurmanite, which he carves to form pendants, bangles and …

August 2, 2014

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It is a busy summer! I’m heading to Gatlinburg, Tennessee today to teach a week-long workshop at Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts. I’m looking forward to meeting my students, who come from all over the continent (8 states + …

July 29, 2014

A Map To Now

I enjoy collaboration. So far in my artistic career, I’ve collaborated with a choreographer, a sound artist, a poet, a videographer and other artists.

Here’s my newest creation, a broadside created in collaboration with poet Carl Adamshick. The publication of …

July 26, 2014

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I’m typing to you from my home in Colorado this week. I’m so glad to be back home after a wonderful month in Europe, and I’m still recovering from jetlag!

I am not superstitious, so I’m naming this week Lucky …