Author Archives: primrosepaperarts

About primrosepaperarts

Currently the Web Master for Primrose Paper Arts is Claire Brach

Exhibition: Of Land, Sea and Sky

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Exhibition: Inhabited Architecture

We are delighted that our member, Mandy Burgess is participating in this event.

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The art behind Barichara’s all-female artisanal paper making

Created in 2001 with the aim of financially supporting single-parent women, Fundación San Lorenzo‘s paper-making factory is today the number one employer in Barichara, Columbia – and a lifeline for women in search of a job. In a town where work is … Continue reading

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The Red Project: The Red Tent

The collaborative Red Tent and Red Quilt created and submitted by members of Primrose Paper Arts.

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The Red Project: Nathalie Hartog-Gautier

Nathalie Hartog-Gautier’s practice has focused over the years on the concept of the voyage, its transformations, attachments and associations. Artist Statement: “During my residency at Hill End, I developed a series of works representing its very specific landscape and its … Continue reading

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The Red Project: Basia Zielinska

Basia Zielinska is an intuitive abstract painter who seeks to immerse herself in experimenting, exploring and challenging her response to internal and physical landscapes. Artist Statement: “It was sublimely exciting to be invited to submit a proposal for The Red … Continue reading

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The Red Project: Helen Sturgess

Helen Sturgess weaves together storytelling, memory and history – exploring psychological terrain through drawing, sculpture and performance. Artist statement: “I am a storyteller by nature and delight in the idiosyncrasies of the English language – we can read red and … Continue reading

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