Paper

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Arranged According to Subject Matter
18" x 18" x 75"
Arranged According to Subject Matter
View 2
Arranged According to Subject Matter
detail
Edges
13" x 13" x 13"
Edges
detail
Black Holes
13" x 13" x 13"
 
Black Holes
detail
Papers Hanging
7" x 3" to 5" x 18"
 
Papers Hanging
detail
Little Red
15" x 6" x6"
Black Edges
14" x 6" x 6"
Red #5
6" x 6" x 7"
Red #5
side view
Little Stacks 5
12" x 84" x 3"
 
Paper
3" x 15" x 6"
Black Stacks
kozo and encaustic
20" x 22" x 18"
White Stacks
kozo and encaustic
39" x 8" x 8"
 
 

For many years I have made paper and loved doing so. I enjoy the connection to its history, the knowing that for thousands of years something has been made so simply and yet has such an amazing impact on our world. Yet often I deny the medium, focusing only on the “art”, the “message”. As I began to make the paper for this exhibit, I became very aware of the process. The meditation and rhythm and the absolute beauty of the paper itself became of primary importance.