Abaca pulp was used to make ultra thin sheets of paper. Tree and plant findings on walks were used as inclusions in the pulp. The inclusions tinted the pulp. A metal spatula was used to scrape the paper into forms. A drop of glue was used to attach each layer. The piece is mounted on white stretched canvas.
Size: 8" square
Abaca, denim pulp and inclusions were used to make the paper. Pieces were torn off while moist and formed into individual elements. When dry, the elements were layered to form a totem.
Size: 8 x 6"
Abaca and denim pulp were used to make this paper. Findings on walks were used as inclusions. The form was made while the pulp was moist. It was then allowed to dry.
Size: 4 x 4"
Outside the Lines
Abaca pulp was used to make thin sheets of paper. Tree and plant findings were used as inclusions. A drop of glue was used to attach each layer. The piece is mounted on white stretched canvas.
Size: 6 x 4"