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This Week @ WSW

AB Resident Anne Thompson is working in the Silkscreen studio prepping artwork for her book project

Kate Roesch is working in the intaglio studio monoprinting with dry point & Chine-collé

Sonja Hinrichsen is working in the ceramics studio and spending her mornings combing the Binne for edible greenery. Her project Living off the Land is an exploration into sustainable food resources through foraging and preparing wild edible plants. She is incorporating ceramic ware made during her residency into the preparation and documentation of her finds.*

Paige & Emily are collecting, drying and cooking down assorted invasive plants to make paper for Susan Mills upcoming book project this fall at WSW.

Invasive garlic mustard being cooked down for papermaking

Our 2013 intern exhibition is currently on view in the WSW gallery. What’s Her Face features work from Kristen Fleming, Emily Gui & Paige Simpson.

This weekend papermaker extraordinaire, WSW alumni, former SAI instructor & all-around wonderful woman Melissa Jay Craig is stopping by on her way to Haystack. She comes bearing Kozo seedlings for our ArtFarm.

WSW intern alumni Erin Woodbrey is stopping by on her way east & will be working in the papermaking studio this weekend.

*…and Uber-Invasive Garlic Mustard is making it’s way into everything possible on the potluck table. Bon Appetit!

…and and and THIS:

Happy Birthday to Me!

Happy Birthday to Me!

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