Papermaker of the Week

The Sunday Paper #321 July 19, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Nancy Cohen

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© 2020, Nancy Cohen, Migration Drawing, 67 x 55 inches, abaca, cotton and linen pulp on pigmented abaca

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Paper Screens

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Paper of the Week: Japanese Tissue – White Sudare

This is another paper in the supply kit for my online class Paper Illuminated. This thin Japanese tissue is available from Mulberry Paper & More and comes in several patterns. ———————————————————————————————––––––––– In the Studio:\ My inspiration into the world of paper began many years ago on a brief

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Japanese momi (crinkled) papers

The Sunday Paper #109, May 29, 2016 Sponsored Paper of the Week: Konnyaku Washi Sampler from Washi Arts Konnyaku is powdered Devil’s Tongue root, a natural plant starch that, when mixed with water and applied by brush to Japanese kozo washi / paper, gives extra strength, some waterproofing and memory to papers. Suki Hughes in her book Washi: The World of Japanese Paper says the

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On the Bookshelf

I am in Portland for 12 days (the first five have flown by). Yesterday, the kids and I went to Powells Books and we each went our separate ways (they know where to find me… in the papercraft section). I was delighted to see all four of my books on the shelf grouped together. Nearby was Dard Hunter’s well known publication, Papermaking. And a

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8. Pleat Pleat

We’ve all seen fancy ways to pleat and tuck fabric in the fashion world. Guess what? There are a variety of ways in which artists have adapted these techniques in paper. In Playing With Paper, I feature a couple of artists who fold paper in unique ways. Artist Chris Palmer is author of the book Shadowfolds. This book focuses on folding fabric, but Chris has

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