Tag Archive: Papermaking

Required Reading: Winter In the Studio Wrap Up

Feb 24, 2014

It’s been a snowy, bitter winter here in the Hudson Valley, and our artists-in-residence have been creating up a storm inside the workshop, too. In case you’ve missed anything from the In the Studio series this winter, here’s your required reading to catch up on before spring starts peeking around the corner. Hudson Valley-based artist Lindsay Stern worked… View Article

Twentysix Plants: Susan Mills in the Studio

Feb 03, 2014

In Susan Mills’ newest artist’s book—comprised of 26 sheets of paper hand-made from 26 different fibers—no two pages are alike. Some sheets are coarse, like peony; others, like rhubarb and leek, are smooth and even. Burdock resembles a healthy smoothie stippled with variegated greens, while kenaf has delicate hairlike fibers running throughout. Susan spent her Artist’s… View Article

Fly Me to the Moon: Sarah Peters in the Studio

Sep 30, 2013

Over the next few weeks, we’re tracking our book resident Sarah Peters’s project The Moon Has No Weather. This is the first post in the series. If not for the hand-marbled paper, bits of abaca and Thai mulberry, polymer plates, and paper casts that look like chunks of lumpy lunar surface, you’d be forgiven for… View Article