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Paper Talk is an ongoing series of interviews by Helen Hiebert featuring artists and professionals who are working in the field of hand papermaking.

Latest Episodes

Janna Willoughby-Lohr

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Janna Willoughby-Lohr is the artist behind Papercraft Miracles. Based in Buffalo, NY Janna is a poet, an artist, and a musician, having written her first poem at the youthful age of 5. She attended Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa, NC, where she discovered the world of papermaking and bookbinding and was lucky enough to study under renowned book artist and author, Gwen Diehn. Janna created Papercraft Miracles in 2004, as a way to make a living creatively, with a dedication to the craft of paper & book arts. She is thrilled that her creations have become a part of so many special moments, from weddings, to graduations, to births. As so much of the world is becoming screen-based and digital, Janna feels a calling to preserve and promote the physicality of book and paper arts. She loves bright colors, giggling and things that are small. Papercraft Miracles uses paper to tell your story. Check out their wedding products. Papercraft Miracle’s seed bombs are made from recycled pulped cotton fiber and is pigmented only with edible food coloring and come in a variety of clever options.

65 MIN2 w ago
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Janna Willoughby-Lohr

Kathryn & Howard Clark

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Twinrocker Handmade Paper was established by Kathryn and Howard Clark in 1971 and was pivotal to the renaissance of hand papermaking in America. The couple met in graduate school at Wayne State University in Detroit, she working toward a master degrees in Fine Art Printmaking and he toward a degree in Industrial Design. Upon graduation, they moved to San Francisco where Kathryn was a fine art lithography printer in a Tamarind offshoot shop named Collectors Press. It was during those years, 1970-1972, when they realized there was no handmade paper being made in America and that people had to import fine papers from Europe. They decided to change that. This is the Twinrocker logo I asked them about: Here’s a peek inside of the beater room in the mill in Brookston, Indiana This w...

90 MINOCT 29
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Kathryn & Howard Clark

Stephanie Hare

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Processed with VSCO with f2 preset Stephanie Hare is a papermaker from Maine, currently living and working in Philadelphia. First drawn to the craft through the application of light, she made custom lampshades at Handmade Papers Gallery in Brooklin, and then began to design and build her own line of handmade paper and glass lamps, as SHare Studios. After dabbling in stationery sized sheets and experimenting in rich colors, the wedding stationery world took notice, and she’s been focused on producing a wide range of handmade papers for eager paper loving brides ever since. An avid instagram user, her process photos snagged the interest of a world of budding papermakers, which led her to design a beginner’s papermaking experience, and her own line of magnetic mould and deckles....

44 MINOCT 3
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Stephanie Hare

Madeleine Durham

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Madeleine Durham is a paste paper artist who shows her work in her hometown of Santa Fe, NM and around the country. She travels to many shows including the annual Guild of Book Workers Standards Conference, the International Calligraphy Conference, and Codex. Her papers lend themselves well to many applications including fine book binding, calligraphy, book art, and collage.She’s produced special-edition work for Nawakum Press, Palace Press, and Instagram. Her papers are part of the Paper Legacy Project in the Watson Library at the MET. In a moment of inspiration years ago she happened upon a way of creating paste paper designs using a brush technique. Her technique has evolved into a painterly approach with which she creates New Mexico landscapes and floral mandalas. A member...

35 MINSEP 13
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Madeleine Durham

Melanie Brauner

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Melanie Brauner is a hand papermaker, metalsmith, and sometimes book artist living and working in Everett, Washington. Her jewelry line, Verso, is made from hand-fabricated metal forms cast with a paper skin and coated in resin, and her mixed media sculpture is made from her own handmade paper, metal, wood, reed, and paint. Her work explores the Kantian concept that beauty can be universal, and that imitation of nature may be the path to a universal beauty. She graduated from Oregon College of Art and Craft with a BFA in 2014, where she studied book arts and metals. She launched Verso in January 2016, and now sells her jewelry at art fairs year round, and at galleries, art museum shops, and boutiques all around the country. Here are a few images of her jewelry:

47 MINAUG 23
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Melanie Brauner

Jocelyn Chateauvert

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Jocelyn Châteauvert is a paper artist, who creates jewelry, lighting, sculpture, and installations from the paper she makes by hand. After earning an MFA from the University of Iowa, she taught electro-forming at Middlesex Polytechnic in London, and then established her career in San Francisco. Since 1999, she has lived in Charleston, South Carolina, devoting herself to handmade paper. She is recipient of a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship and the Craft Fellowship award from the South Carolina Arts Commission. Her work is in the collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC), South Carolina State Museum and the Medical University of South Carolina. Here are a few images of some of the jewelry we talked about:...

46 MINAUG 2
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Jocelyn Chateauvert

Drew Matott

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Drew Matott divides his time between teaching at colleges, doing art residencies, completing studio work, designing new papermaking endeavors and directing Peace Paper Project. He has taught Photography and Contemporary Printmaking at North Country Community College, and Papermaking courses at the Community College of Vermont, Edgewood College, Ursuline College, Massachusetts College of Art and San Francisco Center for the Book. Since 2009, he has taught and exhibited internationally and completed numerous artist residencies. This is the first book Drew created with handmade paper while at Buffalo State College. The book is a tribute to his late father, and contains his poems, drawings, photographs and writings. Click through to watch some videos of the DIY Hollander beater in ...

80 MINJUL 13
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Drew Matott

Papillon Papers

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Papillon Papers is run by Madeleine and Vernon Wiering, a father and daughter design team working together to uncover exciting decorated papers and designs from a variety of historical periods and artistic trends. Digging into the past, they are like design archaeologists, looking at old books and objects to find designs and beautiful papers that we then recreate or use as inspiration for new designs. Here’s one of their block printed sheets, Italian Diamond in bone black: And here’s the Papillon Flora Mini block printed notebook:

43 MINJUN 20
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Papillon Papers

Sarah Horowitz

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Sarah Horowitz’ work is based primarily in drawing, printmaking, and book arts with a focus on formal aesthetics and the natural world. Her limited edition books are published under her imprint Wiesedruck (after the river ‘Wiese’ along the northwest border of Switzerland) and can be found in collections across the country including at the Yale University Beinecke Library, Harvard Houghton Library, the Library of Congress, Boston Athenaeum, Boston Public Library, The New York Public Library, Wesleyan University, and the Portland Art Museum. She has received grants from Portland State University and the Regional Arts and Culture Council as well as residencies at BellwaldArt in Switzerland, Caldera, and the Frans Masereel Centrum in Belgium. Her work is represented by Froelick ...

60 MINJUN 1
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Sarah Horowitz

Nancy Cohen

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Nancy Cohen’s work has been widely exhibited throughout the United States and is represented in important collections, such as The Montclair Museum, The Newark Public Library, The Weatherspoon Art Gallery, and The Zimmerli Museum. She has completed numerous large-scale, site-specific projects including for Thomas Paine Park in lower Manhattan, The Staten Island Botanical Garden, The Noyes Museum of Art, The Katonah Museum of Art, and Howard University. Hackensack Dreaming, 2014-2015, Glass, handmade paper, rubber, monofilament Her traveling installation Hackensack Dreaming was exhibited at UrbanGlass in Brooklyn, New Jersey City University, The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education in Philadelphia, PA and at Duke University, Raleigh, NC.

40 MINMAY 9
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Latest Episodes

Janna Willoughby-Lohr

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Janna Willoughby-Lohr is the artist behind Papercraft Miracles. Based in Buffalo, NY Janna is a poet, an artist, and a musician, having written her first poem at the youthful age of 5. She attended Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa, NC, where she discovered the world of papermaking and bookbinding and was lucky enough to study under renowned book artist and author, Gwen Diehn. Janna created Papercraft Miracles in 2004, as a way to make a living creatively, with a dedication to the craft of paper & book arts. She is thrilled that her creations have become a part of so many special moments, from weddings, to graduations, to births. As so much of the world is becoming screen-based and digital, Janna feels a calling to preserve and promote the physicality of book and paper arts. She loves bright colors, giggling and things that are small. Papercraft Miracles uses paper to tell your story. Check out their wedding products. Papercraft Miracle’s seed bombs are made from recycled pulped cotton fiber and is pigmented only with edible food coloring and come in a variety of clever options.

65 MIN2 w ago
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Janna Willoughby-Lohr

Kathryn & Howard Clark

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Twinrocker Handmade Paper was established by Kathryn and Howard Clark in 1971 and was pivotal to the renaissance of hand papermaking in America. The couple met in graduate school at Wayne State University in Detroit, she working toward a master degrees in Fine Art Printmaking and he toward a degree in Industrial Design. Upon graduation, they moved to San Francisco where Kathryn was a fine art lithography printer in a Tamarind offshoot shop named Collectors Press. It was during those years, 1970-1972, when they realized there was no handmade paper being made in America and that people had to import fine papers from Europe. They decided to change that. This is the Twinrocker logo I asked them about: Here’s a peek inside of the beater room in the mill in Brookston, Indiana This w...

90 MINOCT 29
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Kathryn & Howard Clark

Stephanie Hare

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Processed with VSCO with f2 preset Stephanie Hare is a papermaker from Maine, currently living and working in Philadelphia. First drawn to the craft through the application of light, she made custom lampshades at Handmade Papers Gallery in Brooklin, and then began to design and build her own line of handmade paper and glass lamps, as SHare Studios. After dabbling in stationery sized sheets and experimenting in rich colors, the wedding stationery world took notice, and she’s been focused on producing a wide range of handmade papers for eager paper loving brides ever since. An avid instagram user, her process photos snagged the interest of a world of budding papermakers, which led her to design a beginner’s papermaking experience, and her own line of magnetic mould and deckles....

44 MINOCT 3
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Stephanie Hare

Madeleine Durham

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Madeleine Durham is a paste paper artist who shows her work in her hometown of Santa Fe, NM and around the country. She travels to many shows including the annual Guild of Book Workers Standards Conference, the International Calligraphy Conference, and Codex. Her papers lend themselves well to many applications including fine book binding, calligraphy, book art, and collage.She’s produced special-edition work for Nawakum Press, Palace Press, and Instagram. Her papers are part of the Paper Legacy Project in the Watson Library at the MET. In a moment of inspiration years ago she happened upon a way of creating paste paper designs using a brush technique. Her technique has evolved into a painterly approach with which she creates New Mexico landscapes and floral mandalas. A member...

35 MINSEP 13
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Madeleine Durham

Melanie Brauner

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Melanie Brauner is a hand papermaker, metalsmith, and sometimes book artist living and working in Everett, Washington. Her jewelry line, Verso, is made from hand-fabricated metal forms cast with a paper skin and coated in resin, and her mixed media sculpture is made from her own handmade paper, metal, wood, reed, and paint. Her work explores the Kantian concept that beauty can be universal, and that imitation of nature may be the path to a universal beauty. She graduated from Oregon College of Art and Craft with a BFA in 2014, where she studied book arts and metals. She launched Verso in January 2016, and now sells her jewelry at art fairs year round, and at galleries, art museum shops, and boutiques all around the country. Here are a few images of her jewelry:

47 MINAUG 23
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Melanie Brauner

Jocelyn Chateauvert

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Jocelyn Châteauvert is a paper artist, who creates jewelry, lighting, sculpture, and installations from the paper she makes by hand. After earning an MFA from the University of Iowa, she taught electro-forming at Middlesex Polytechnic in London, and then established her career in San Francisco. Since 1999, she has lived in Charleston, South Carolina, devoting herself to handmade paper. She is recipient of a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship and the Craft Fellowship award from the South Carolina Arts Commission. Her work is in the collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC), South Carolina State Museum and the Medical University of South Carolina. Here are a few images of some of the jewelry we talked about:...

46 MINAUG 2
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Jocelyn Chateauvert

Drew Matott

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Drew Matott divides his time between teaching at colleges, doing art residencies, completing studio work, designing new papermaking endeavors and directing Peace Paper Project. He has taught Photography and Contemporary Printmaking at North Country Community College, and Papermaking courses at the Community College of Vermont, Edgewood College, Ursuline College, Massachusetts College of Art and San Francisco Center for the Book. Since 2009, he has taught and exhibited internationally and completed numerous artist residencies. This is the first book Drew created with handmade paper while at Buffalo State College. The book is a tribute to his late father, and contains his poems, drawings, photographs and writings. Click through to watch some videos of the DIY Hollander beater in ...

80 MINJUL 13
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Drew Matott

Papillon Papers

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Papillon Papers is run by Madeleine and Vernon Wiering, a father and daughter design team working together to uncover exciting decorated papers and designs from a variety of historical periods and artistic trends. Digging into the past, they are like design archaeologists, looking at old books and objects to find designs and beautiful papers that we then recreate or use as inspiration for new designs. Here’s one of their block printed sheets, Italian Diamond in bone black: And here’s the Papillon Flora Mini block printed notebook:

43 MINJUN 20
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Papillon Papers

Sarah Horowitz

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Sarah Horowitz’ work is based primarily in drawing, printmaking, and book arts with a focus on formal aesthetics and the natural world. Her limited edition books are published under her imprint Wiesedruck (after the river ‘Wiese’ along the northwest border of Switzerland) and can be found in collections across the country including at the Yale University Beinecke Library, Harvard Houghton Library, the Library of Congress, Boston Athenaeum, Boston Public Library, The New York Public Library, Wesleyan University, and the Portland Art Museum. She has received grants from Portland State University and the Regional Arts and Culture Council as well as residencies at BellwaldArt in Switzerland, Caldera, and the Frans Masereel Centrum in Belgium. Her work is represented by Froelick ...

60 MINJUN 1
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Sarah Horowitz

Nancy Cohen

You can listen to this episode by clicking on thewhite arrow above, or subscribe to thePaper Talkpodcast iniTunesso you never miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, tell a friend about it! Thank you so much. Nancy Cohen’s work has been widely exhibited throughout the United States and is represented in important collections, such as The Montclair Museum, The Newark Public Library, The Weatherspoon Art Gallery, and The Zimmerli Museum. She has completed numerous large-scale, site-specific projects including for Thomas Paine Park in lower Manhattan, The Staten Island Botanical Garden, The Noyes Museum of Art, The Katonah Museum of Art, and Howard University. Hackensack Dreaming, 2014-2015, Glass, handmade paper, rubber, monofilament Her traveling installation Hackensack Dreaming was exhibited at UrbanGlass in Brooklyn, New Jersey City University, The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education in Philadelphia, PA and at Duke University, Raleigh, NC.

40 MINMAY 9
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Nancy Cohen
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