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Keiko Ando presentation

On Monday about 17 members gathered in the Primrose Paper Arts studio for our monthly Social Day.  There were groups discussing arts and crafts in Japan, talking about printmaking, experimenting and making paper in all different forms and colours, and browsing through the library.  379 more words


My Art Field Trip Part 1

Hello guys! RuixRui here! I know that it’s been forever since I posted a personal post. (besides that ‘Happy Birthday’ one…) So please keep in mind while you read this that it’s not any of my fictional writing or CPNs. 236 more words

Handmade Paper Valentines

Many years ago, I took a course through the Edmonton Weavers’ Guild on paper-making. The link between weaving and paper-making may not be obvious but they are both made of fibre and involve creativity. 251 more words


Paper making & staining: Recycling teabags

Yes, I know, teabags are old-hat.  Everyone works with them.  However, in my view, they are cheap, readily available, durable but lightweight, stain well, and are an all-round good medium to use for both collaging and new paper production. 462 more words

My Creative Pieces

Price Soaring In China Paper Market

The China paper industry and market has experienced a sudden price soar since October 2016. From paper mills in the upstream to the carton plants, and then to the end customers, without exception, all parties were involved in this cost-shifting game. 1,323 more words

Paper Making

A quiet day in the studio: Anne

On a day when there was no-one in the papermaking studio our member Anne spend some quiet time working on some new pieces.

The results speak for themselves: 26 more words


Not all paper is created equal

An 800 year tradition of making it by hand

A tradition dating back to the 16th century, making paper by hand is still central to life in the village of Kurotani in the Japanese prefecture of Kyoto. 48 more words