On Paper Wings

Work of the Week: Over 400 people (including some of you) have contributed roots to the Mother Tree Project since I launched it in Portland in 2009. Six years later, I’m still dwelling on this theme that was sparked when I overheard a father telling his children that me nursing my baby was one of the most beautiful things in the world. My work centers

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I wasn’t expecting these materials when I first looked at this piece by artists Gerlinde Gruber, Christine Strempel and Matthäus Jiszda, as seen on Fubiz.

A few years ago, I received a piece of fan mail from a professor at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts about my Mother Tree Project saying that she’d love to see her exhibited in Northampton, MA. It was kind

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11: Paper + Hope

In light of the senseless shootings this week, in Oregon, Connecticut, and no doubt other places around the world, I thought I’d type about a few projects that artists working with paper are doing, which give me hope!

At a papermaking conference about six years ago, I listened to the moving story of Drew Cameron, who spoke eloquently about his experience in the US

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