Here is the info on the exhibit that is open now, with a reception and artist talk next Friday.
Monday, January 26, 2015
Jana and Shosh
Sarah Rose's work at forefront, Will's to the left
the main level of Mudd Library. Tomorrow, I install my own show that opens on Feb 6 at Kendal Gallery and delivered the art this afternoon in the middle of a bagpipe performance.
Also, a blog post based on an interview I gave a couple of weekends ago: a glimpse into my home studio!
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Paper Nao paper (the base sheet, with indigo washes you can no longer see because I crumpled up the sheet), I used it. Along with other goodies, all recycled.
Monday, January 19, 2015
This month, I've been unable to find tools, which is very unlike me and therefore infuriating and worrisome. But tonight, I found the first of the bunch and the most important—woodblock carving tools—in a random bin at home. I can't wait until I get some real down time next month to organize my life all over again.
Tomorrow we begin to look at and make books!
Thursday, January 15, 2015
This was the very busy table.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
here is a link to the blog of a Korean who includes some of my old paper/performance work. If you scroll down, there are stills from the documentary about hanji where I am featured (including shots from the Morgan that I took over a few years). I find it interesting that these people followed me all over Korea and Japan and called me incessantly, but now that the program aired on TV, nary a peep after my request to view it!
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
I was so happy to pick up art supplies right in town at Ginko Gallery & Studio; owner Liz was so warm and talked about how much she loves making Japanese paper (and carries some, from Paper Connection!). I moved again (from one room to another in this house at Oberlin) and dinner is in the oven. I'm short on sleep for two nights in a row and hoping tonight is when I catch up!