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Books & Paper P Summer Session 4

Books & Paper Summer Session 4
July 3–15
Tatiana Ginsberg
Layering Paper: Creating Imagery

We’ll explore mark-making techniques for wet paper–including pulp painting, embedding, blow outs, stenciling, and watermarks–and how to layer them to create imagery. Students will learn to prepare a number of Eastern and Western fibers and to color them with pigments and natural dyes. With this expanded vocabulary of papermaking possibilities, students can create unique works, editions, or sheets that might later be worked on dry. No experience necessary, just a willingness to work hard in this physically demanding workshop. All levels. Papermaking studio.

Director of artistic projects and master collaborator at Dieu Donné Paper Mill (NY); teaching: Mount Holyoke College (MA), Women’s Studio Workshop (NY), University of Iowa Center for the Book (IA), University of California-Santa Barbara (CA); awards: Fulbright graduate research grant (Japan), College Book Art Association Emerging Educator Award; representation: Verne Gallery (OH).

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Tatiana Ginsberg, Punch VII, abaca, linen, cotton, pigment, 34 x 30 inches
Tatiana Ginsberg, Punch VII, abaca, linen, cotton, pigment, 34 x 30 inches