My work is made of what I call “paper plywood.” To create this medium, I connect 15 to 30 layers of recycled brown paper grocery bags, using methylcellulose paste.
This sculptural process is very labor intensive but results in extremely strong but light weight forms which, when wet, can be shaped and when dry, can be carved. The final surface of each piece is then textured and painted.
I use this technique to make sculpture, mirrors, earring hangers, lamps, candlesticks and furniture.
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