Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Playing with Paper 1

I thought I'd start a new thread within my blog that celebrates that wondrously pulpy stuff known as paper.  There is nothing more terrifying, relieving, encouraging, threatening, or vivifying as the blank page.  Thousands of artists and writers have spent thousands of hours composing works inspired by the possibilities and hazards of this timeless medium.

Thinking outside of the contents of what a page might contain, paper is a mighty tool for the sculptural arts as well as the written word or painted image.  In this series of posts, entitled "Playing with Paper," I aim to share various forms of art created with paper.  Just for the heck of it.

Valerie Buess:

Amazonenhelm, 2004
Boycotting the Original Content
Storehouse of Thoughts

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