This past June, you would have found me teaching papermaking at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, which is a fantastic organization in the Washington D.C. area. For 3-days, a full class learned how to making pulptypes and cast collagraphs with pulp.
It’s a wonderful thing to come upon a new papermaking technique in your studio, and then have the opportunity to share it with other artists.
This summer and last summer, I’ve taught ‘Pulptypes: Hybrid Papermaking and Printmaking’ at Women’s Studio Workshop, located in New York’s Hudson Valley region. Their Summer Art Institute program invites instructors to teach week-long intensives in their beautiful paper and print studios.
Happy 4th! Enjoy some detail shots of what’s going on my studio recently. Lots of small pulp painting/pulptype experiments and making friends with my new(ish) beater. Yep, I now have a little monster of a Noble & Wood Hollander Beater.