Winter 2008 — Book Arts

Volume 23 - Issue 2

The Integral Role of Handmade Paper in Contemporary Artist Books by Inge Bruggeman; The Activated Page: Sharing Insights on Hand Papermaking in Artist Books by Jae Jennifer Rossman; Old Materials, New Twists: Two Bookbinding Paper Samples by Cave Paper Inc. by Bridget O’Malley; Working the Mulberry: Kozo Paper in Book Art by Rory Golden; Thoughts on Making Old Paper by Jim Croft; ON the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Book Arts Collection by Michael Durgin; Alabama Mule Dung Paper by Steve Miller and Glenn House; Foreground Meets Background: The Collaboration of Calligraphy and Papermaking by Rose Folsom; Jules Heller (1919–2007), An Appreciation by John Risseeuw. Reviews: Holland Paper Biennial 2008 by Aliza Thomas; A Ripple in the Water: Healing Through Art by Ann Q. McKeown; Paper and Threshold by Amanda Degener.


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