Thursday, July 13, 2017

Papermaking class a huge success!

Participants are exploring, experimenting, working hard, and having a blast!  This week we covered shaped paper, stencils, and more pulp painting.

Gerry stenciling using pigmented pulp.
Gerry's pulp painting with inclusion. She experimented with smaller sheets.
Our MIAD intern Shanna, and Nancy's granddaughter May, experimenting with shaped paper, stencils, and pulp painting.
May is an eighth-grader visiting from Lagrangeville, in upstate New York. 
Our MIAD intern Shanna creating a smaller shaped sheet.
Shanna's circle piece drying on the very stained pellon. A shaped sheet using stencils, inclusions, and pulp painting.
Gerry's pulp-painted sheet with inclusions. 
Nancy's experiment with double-couching: a fantastic landscape.

Nancy experimenting with double-couching and pulp painting. Good times!

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