Pulp Paper PagesPulp Paper Pages
is an exhibition featuring contemporary Albertan book and paper arts. My piece, "Pulp Fiction: A Life in 18 Leaves" was selected by the jury.
Paper and book arts are a vibrant aspect of contemporary craft. This major survey exhibition was proposed by Susan Kristoferson as a way to showcase the current environment of this area of fine craft. A joint project of the Alberta Craft Council
and the Calgary and Alberta North chapters of the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Arts Guild
, this juried exhibition features a wide variety of forms, objects, approaches, techniques and concepts found in both the paper and book arts. 28 artists, from the 61 who submitted, were asked to show their work each presenting their own take on pulp, paper, and pages.
Participating artists: Kiki Benzon, Paul Boultbee
, Linda Carreiro, Diana Un-Jin Cho, Linda Chow, Carla Costuros, Steven Dixon, Evangeline Enns, Dea Fischer, Jeanne Germani, Lisa Isley, Andrea Itzeck, Barbara Johnston, Eveline Kolijn, Susan Kristoferson, Brenda Malkinson, Tina Martel, Sara Norquay, Wendy Passmore-Godfrey, Thea Lynn Paul, Janice Peters, Brian Queen, Ros Schell, Susan Seright, Gloria Stack, Romy Straathof, Claire Uhlick, Dirk van Wyk, Renate Worthington
Alberta Craft Council Feature Gallery Edmonton, AB | April 14 - July 7, 2012
Leighton Art Centre Gallery Calgary, AB | Summer of 2013