Category: Altered Books

21 Aug

Introduction to Altered Books Workshop at Blim – Fall Session

Coming up in September I’ll be teaching another altered book workshop at Blim. The session is three hours long and I try to pack in as much information as I can to get people inspired about working with books. Please view the set of photos on Flickr of work created by students in previous classes. […]

11 Jul

Behind the Scenes With Guy Laramee

When I was in Seattle this past weekend Boris and I did a few hours of gallery hopping. I was most excited to visit Foster White Gallery because they are currently showing two artists working with books, Cara Barer and Guy Laramee. I’ve only ever seen their work online, so I was thrilled to finally […]

25 Jun

A Fruitful Experience at Vancouver Maker Faire

I’m exhausted today after spending the last few days sharing my work and talking with people at Vancouver Mini Maker Faire. This year I had two tables set up, one to display my work, and a second as an activity table with books for people to work on. I taught a few people how to […]

14 Jun

1000 Artists’ Books is Here!

And it’s a really nice book, packed with pages and pages of book art in its many forms. I like the selection of images on the front cover because they really challenge the idea of what a book should look like. You can find my piece, Forgotten Knowledge, in a tiny corner on page 284. […]

01 Jun

Opus Presents: The Altered Editions of Rachael Ashe

Despite how uncomfortable I feel watching myself in this video, I am thrilled with the results of the shoot I did last week with Ryan and Justin from Opus. Watch the video below. Thank you to Opus Art Supplies for inviting me to do the interview and feature about my work. The video was shot […]

© Rachael Ashe