Very excited as this project heads towards completion. I couldn’t have done it without Isabel Winson-Sagan, although this is the first time I’ve produced my own suminagashi for a finished piece.
Miriam Sagan is recently returned from an artist residency at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument in Nebraska! We’ve done a small suminagashi/book arts/poetry project to commemorate her time there, using poetry and sumi she created at the residency. To see all of the suminagashi, visit https://sumi-a-day.tumblr.com/. This book will be on display at the offices of the National Park, and there will also be an accompanying broadside.
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