Cosmology

I’ve just finished my latest artists’ book, Cosmology. This project began twenty years ago, when I took a trip to Japan and was inspired by the way light filtered through traditional shoji screens in the Ryokan (Japanese Inn) where I stayed. Cosmology features a laser cut shoji window, and I used this one-sheet book structure to create a space in the middle of the book.

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The Ultimate Paper Swatch Book!

I’ve been thinking a lot about paper lately (what’s new? you might ask), but seriously, paper is complex! The book I’m writing, Playing with Paper, has me designing projects, looking at a variety of paper artists’ work and thinking about what the heck I’m going to write about paper in the forward. And all of this thinking has led to many questions, e.g., How

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Doesn't Money Grow on Trees?

 

linen & shredded money paper

I’m making paper for a client from an old table cloth and some shredded money from the US Mint. I showed my 12-year old son the bucket full of shredded money and you should’ve seen his eyes bulge. “What have you done?” he asked me, and he immediately spotted a tiny 1 cm square with two 00’s

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