Jocelyn Chateauvert on Paper Talk

The Sunday Paper #271 August 4, 2019

Paper of the Week: Online Paper Sale Preview

Watch the short preview video for my online paper sale which begins next Sunday! Discover unique handmade papers you won’t find anywhere else in the world!

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In The Studio: Jocelyn Chateauvert on Paper Talk

Jocelyn Chateauvert making paper at the 2014 IAPMA Congress in Fabriano,

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Jocelyn Chateauvert

Jocelyn Chateauvert is a paper artist in South Carolina who manipulates abaca and flax in astounding ways. She discovered hand papermaking while getting an MFA in metals and jewelry at the University of Iowa. We talk about how she started out combining paper and metal, two seemingly disparate materials. Jocelyn then tells me how her work has evolved from jewelry and body adornment, to sculpture, installation, and lighting, and how she has come up with a vocabulary for the more than 50 unique techniques she has developed for manipulating paper.

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Happy Solstice!

25 Days of Paper – Day 21

December 21, 2017 On this shortest day of the year, I’d like to share a few paper lights with you. HiiH Lights makes custom handmade paper lights in Astoria, Oregon. Be sure to browse all of their offerings! You can see them in many shop windows and restaurants in Portland and along the Oregon coast.

Paper 'Art of Thrones'

The Sunday Paper #106, May 8, 2016 Paper of the Week: Handmade Japanese-Style Paper with Stenciled Pulp

© Susan Mackin Dolan 2016, from the Designer Corn series, kozo with iris paper base, pigmented gampi stenciling

Artist Susan Mackin Dolan makes stenciled papers with adapted eastern papermaking techniques. In these works she combines Japanese fibers (kozo and gampi) with plant fibers from her own

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The Secret Life of Paper

The Sunday Paper #59

Paper of the Week: Stained Tyvek

An accordion night light project, which can be found on page 76 of my book Playing With Paper.

I learned about Tyvek® in a workshop (perhaps with Hedi Kyle) and then picked it up again a couple of years ago when I was designing projects for my book Playing With Paper. It folds

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15: Rolled, Crimped, Scrunched & Wrapped

The gallery section of Playing With Paper features 18 artists who work in paper. Following are short profiles and images of four artists who manipulate paper in their own unusual ways. Valerie Buess lives in Germany and is inspired by the uselessness of waste paper: newspaper, phone directories, magazines, train schedules, etc. She rolls pieces of paper into various forms and makes incredible sculptures by

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