Sculptural Paper Workshop by Yasuna Iman - Video
Note: This video is pre-recorded and not a live class.
As part of her practice, artist Yasuna Iman developed Paperscapes, the sculptural paper wall pieces made from pulp of maple fibers and lime and created using ancient hand making paper processes.
Without involving a mold or deckle to create a perfectly deckled piece of paper, the shapes of the Paperscapes are freely made by hand and are inspired by the organic forms found in nature.
In this workshop, Yasuna will show you how to create your own sculptural papers. Using recycled paper scraps instead of wood fibers, making the process more accessible. By adding dried plants to the pulp you will be guided how to transform these paper scraps into beautiful textured artworks made from natural materials.
This recycled paper making technique will not require any machines or electricity and will be entirely made by hand from start to finish.
This class includes :
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