The Sunday Paper #461
May 21, 2023
I hosted a lovely group in my studio this past week for the first Papermaking Master Class of 2023.
Diane Gaston, Jordan Fitzgerald, Nancy Crombie and Virginia Green spent the week exploring the papermaking process as we covered many of the topics from my book, The Papermaker’s Companion. We also spent Thursday at Susan Mackin Dolan’s studio – she showed us how to create professional papers without a beater, press or drying system. Read more about this class and let me know if you’re interested in coming next year.
Hand Papermaking is having their annual online auction, now through May 28th. You’ll find papermaking equipment, supplies, books and more. I’ve also donated a spot at my annual retreat. If you’re available in August, you can grab this spot, save $125 and support a fantastic organization.
Juan Antonio Pérez is working on his doctoral thesis on the geometry and mathematics of the Alhambra and the 17 types of mosaics that can only be seen together in this monument.
Ooh la la! Here’s an article about Kami no Ondo, whose name means “paper temperature,” a Japanese specialty paper shop that has been delighting customers for 30 Years.
I enjoyed this story in The New Yorker about Reginald Dwayne Betts, a poet, who is working on a project with paper made from prison underwear.
Here’s the latest in my series of papermaking videos.
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