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The Sunday Paper #311 May 10, 2020

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to The Sunday Paper!

The Sunday Paper is six years old this week – 311 consecutive issues have been published. Wow! And Happy Mother’s Day to one and all. I put this blurb at the top of the blog post once a year, asking you who read this blog regularly to

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Sarah Brayer

Sarah Brayer is an American artist living in Kyoto, Japan. I met Sarah back in the 1990’s, when she would come to make work at Dieu Donné Papermill, a hand papermaking studio in NYC where I was working. Sarah talks about how she traveled to Japan after studying art at Connecticut College and ended up making Kyoto her home. She works in printmaking and papermaking, and we discuss her early interest in Japanese covered door panels called fusuma. She ended up discovering Imadate, Echizen where they make these panels, and she has been creating her own large-scale poured-paper images there since 1986, and is the only western artist to do so. It was fascinating to hear Sarah talk about the nuances between working with Eastern and Western fibers – she talks about their personalities as well as their unique voice.

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Poured Paperworks

The Sunday Paper #166, July 16, 2017 Paper of the Week: Arnold Grummer’s Midwest Paperfest

This is a call to paper artists throughout the midwest. You are invited to exhibit and offer your work for sale at historic Town Square in Green Lake, WI. This juried event offers awards in the categories of handmade paper art, artist trading cards and art on paper.

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