This handmade kozo (paper mulberry) paper is extra long and a great value for its large size.  It certainly can be used for most any printmaking technique, as well as backing support for large artwork. Because its unusual size, it has been used in repair of antique folding screens. Hailing from the Kochi area…

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Welcome to a new feature of Where is Paperwoman? Our Artist of the Month series focuses on an artist who not only loves paper, but implements it in his or her work to astonishing effect.  Of course, we may be biased that they use Paper Connection’s paper, but regardless, their vision, approach, and resulting work…

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This artwork by Nathalie Boutté simply awed, amazed, and inspired me: She recycles paper strips into these simple, yet obviously complicated, images: I have some leftover strips of washi hanging around the office, literally, strips. I mean, tiny strips.  But let’s not give anything to waste. So, if anyone is willing to up-cycle and create something…

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Early in July,  I had the pleasure of visiting  Leni Fried and Mike Augspurger.  Their headquarters, where they both work and live, is a 150- year old barn, in beautiful Berkshire country, Massachusetts. Refreshing, inspiring, motivating, are just some of the positive words that come to my mind when I think of what Leni and…

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