All posts by: Rachael

15 May

A Beautiful Cascade of Paper

“Cascade ” is one of the two pieces I created for the exhibition, On The Same Page: Transforming Paper on now at Cityscape Community Art Space in North Vancouver. I shared the tiny prototype of this a few months back, but not the finished piece. Until now. The piece is made from nine layers of hand-cut […]

10 May

On The Same Page: Transforming Paper

I’ve been working on this group exhibition as an organizer, co-curator, and participating artist for the past five months, and I’m thrilled to finally share it with the world. North Van Arts in partnership with Crafted Vancouver presents On The Same Page: Transforming Paper. The exhibition showcases 12 artists working with paper as an obsessive […]

01 May

Workshop: Creating Altered Books

I’ve scheduled a second class for the year, and this time you can learn how to create art from old books. It’s been more than a year since I last taught this class, so be sure to grab your spot. This five hour workshop is an introduction to examples and techniques for transforming old books […]

24 Apr

Making Waves in Layers

Over the past few months I’ve been working on experimenting with taking the work in a new direction involving layered pieces of cut paper. I’ve wanted to explore this idea for awhile but couldn’t quite get my head around how, until recently. I’ve been working with Yupo paper for these pieces, starting with the small […]

14 Apr

1 Second A Day of Patterns Part 2

I continued with the theme of patterns for my 1 Second a Day videos in March. I came across so many interesting bits of pattern design last month, and also kept noticing new things in familiar places. I decided to take a break from the project this month but I’ve been missing it, and still […]

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