It sounds a bit cliché to say one’s art is a metaphor of someone’s life, but in the case of Ilse Nesbitt, this cliché is so fitting.  Ilse’s handmade paper and artwork are embodied in her daily life, and her daily life is completely integrated into the paper and prints she produces.  Almost like a…

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How do you spend your Wednesday nights?  Our trusty papergirl in Boston spent hers checking out a printmaking exhibit at the MFA.   Wednesday nights are free there, and you beat the weekend crowds.  And avoid evening traffic. Wonderful works on Torinoko by Jasper Johns, a lithograph on Gampi by Julie Mehretu, an amazing woodcut on…

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