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Hand Papermaking Magazine Summer 2000 Issue
: Volume 15 Number 1

Wondering Out Loud. by Michelle Samour; WomanCraft Papers. by Kate Martinson; Drawing with Mulberry. by Jennie Frederick; Paper Art Village Project. by Jane Ingram Allen; Reviews: Paper From Plants. ; Fine Papers at the Oxford University Press. ; The First

Hand Papermaking Magazine Winter 2004 Issue
: Volume 19 Number 2

Changes after Twenty Years. by Betty Fiske with Hiromi Katayama; Library of Congress’ Endpaper Project 2004. by Lynn Kidder, Jesse Munn, and Terry Boone; Paper and Water: A Guide for Conservators. by Gerhard Banik and Irene Brückle; Lacandon Maya Bark Cloth. by Jennie

Newsletter Issue 68

Frederick, Elaine Koretsky, James Sier, Claire Van Vliet, James Yarnell. Co-founders: Amanda Degener, Michael Durgin. Dear Readers, Hand Papermaking is very pleased to announce the availability of.

Selected Artists
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2001 Issue (Volume 16 Number 1) on page 24.

Jennie Frederick Cache with Three Red Stripes. Mulberry, wood, paint. 23” x 11.5” x 1.5”, 2000. Photograph by E. G. Schempf.

Newsletter Issue 70

Frederick, Elaine Koretsky, James Sitter, Claire Van Vliet, James Yarnell. Co-founders: Amanda Degener and Michael Durgin.

Newsletter Issue 94

Frederick, Dard Hunter III, Elaine Koretsky,James Sitter, Claire Van Vliet. Co-founders: Amanda Degener and Michael Durgin. Dear Hand Papermaking, Cindy Bowden wasDirector of the Robert C.

Newsletter Issue 71

Frederick, Elaine Koretsky, James Sitter, Claire. Van Vliet, James Yarnell. Co-founders: Amanda. Degener and Michael Durgin.

Newsletter Issue 97

Frederick, Dard Hunter III, Elaine Koretsky,James Sitter, Claire Van Vliet. Co-founders: Amanda Degener and Michael Durgin.

Newsletter Issue 99

Frederick, Dard Hunter III, Elaine Koretsky, James Sitter, Claire Van Vliet. Co-founders: Amanda Degener and Michael Durgin. Dear Readers, I wanted to let you know about a new papermaking workshop that is being established in Riga, Latvia.

Newsletter Issue 95

Frederick,Dard Hunter III, Elaine Koretsky, James Sitter, Claire Van Vliet. Co-founders: AmandaDegener and Michael Durgin. Dear Subscribers, This year we celebrate the25th anniversary of our award-winning magazine.

Newsletter Issue 87

Fay, Gail Fishberg, Kathryn Flannery, Helen Frederick, Lori B. Goodman, Robert Hauser, Helen Hiebert, Barbara Hunter, Eve Ingalls Von Staden, Ingrid. Rose Company, Lois & Gordon James, Rick Johnson, Ann Marie Kennedy, Elaine.

The Expansive Helen Frederick
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2020 Issue (Volume 35 Number 2) on page 21.

The Expansive Helen Frederick. Winter 2020. : Volume. 35. , Number. 2. Article starts on page. 21. Lynn Sures is a Washington, DC–based artist and a recent Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow.

Pyramid Atlantic at 25
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2005 Issue (Volume 20 Number 2) on page 44.

But in the hands of the show's curators Helen Frederick (Pyramid founder and artistic director) and Jane Farmer (independent curator and longtime supporter of Pyramid), the show is both elegant and wellpaced.

Contemporary Artist: Preston Sampson
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2021 Issue (Volume 36 Number 1) on page 32.

Pyramid Atlantic, now located in Hyattsville, Maryland, was founded by Helen Frederick more than 40 years ago and continues to thrive as a place where artists undertake collaborative projects in print, paper, and book arts.

Paper Alchemy at Pyramid Atlantic
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 1993 Issue (Volume 8 Number 1) on page 11.

Like its founding. director, Helen Frederick -- artist, teacher, administrator, collaborator, fund-raiser, and overall renaissance woman -- Pyramid Atlantic fulfills a. multitude of roles that have developed and changed over the years.

Investigating Cultural Literacy
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2013 Issue (Volume 28 Number 2) on page 9.

Frederick founded in 1980 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Hand Papermaking Magazine Winter 1986 Issue
: Volume 1 Number 2

Frederick; On Damp Printing. by Neal Bonham & Suzanne Ferris; Tosa Tengujo-Shi. (with sample) by Asao Shimura; Shifu: Fine Handmade Paper Cloth. by Susan Byrd. Articles in this Issue. Subscribe to. Hand Papermaking. Magazine.

Jenny Pinto and the Glow of Banana Fiber
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2006 Issue (Volume 21 Number 2) on page 10.

Jenny Pinto and the Glow of Banana Fiber. Winter 2006. : Volume. 21. , Number. 2. Article starts on page. 10.

Hand Papermaking Magazine Summer 2010 Issue
alternative fiber: Volume 25 Number 1

Helen Frederick reviews Joan Hall exhibit at George Mason University. Dan Goddard reviews “Engaged and Fragmeted” at the Southwest School of Art &Craft. Articles in this Issue. Subscribe to. Hand Papermaking. Magazine.

The Paper and Book Intensive 1989
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 1989 Issue (Volume 4 Number 2) on page 26.

The program of evening lectures included one on the history of paper sizing, by Simon Green, proprietor of Hayle Mill, and Helen Frederick on book arts networking.

Hand Papermaking Magazine Winter 2013 Issue
Knowledge Custodians: Volume 28 Number 2

Winsome Jobling. acknowledges aboriginal indigenous knowledge in sourcing plants for papermaking; Helen Frederick. describes how hand papermaking provides an intersection of cultural values and economic development in China; Paul Denhoed. explains the National

Exhibits & Events
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 1986 Issue (Volume 1 Number 2) on page 23.

The panel discussion, moderated by Ruth Fine of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. featured Chuck Hilger, Ida, Rauschenberg, Don Saff, and Helen Frederick, three of whom (Hilger, Rauschenberg, and Frederick) were contributors to the exhibit.

Hand Papermaking Magazine Summer 2008 Issue
Working Artist: Volume 23 Number 1

Helen Frederick poses the question, “Why paper?” to a range of artists who work in hand papermaking. Papermaking Studio Guide: an international sampling of papermaking studios that offer rental access to artists.

Monotypes and Handmade Paper: A New Expression of Drawing
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 1986 Issue (Volume 1 Number 2) on page 3.

Helen Frederick, "Riding on the Waves," 1984, 103 cm x 87.5 cm x 7 cm. Artist-made paper and monotype. Bilge Friedlaender, "Hare Over the Tulip #1". Helen Frederick preparing monoprint on formica.

Paper Portfolio 6: Innovative Printmaking on Handmade Paper

Artists in the portfolio: Lynn Amlie & Jon Lee, Denise Brady, Frank Brannon, Carmon Colangelo & Rick Johnson, Evelyn David & Melanie Yazzie, Georgia Deal, Amanda Degener & Susan Nees, Stephen Fredericks & Megan Moorhouse, Jean Gumpper & Tom Leech, Susan Mackin-Dolan

Paperworks: The State of the Art
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 1987 Issue (Volume 2 Number 1) on page 5.

Helen Frederick's technical experimentations have permitted her own work and that of her collaborators, including Bilg[']e Friedlander, to develop an entirely new means of combining and integrating direct and spontaneous markings and colors with other layers

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Hand Papermaking Magazine Summer 2021 Issue
Oral Histories: Volume 36 Number 1

Helen Frederick. gives us her take on. “Paper Routes—Women to Watch 2020,”. an exhibition presented at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Articles in this Issue. Subscribe to. Hand Papermaking. Magazine.

Review of Joan Hall: Marcus/Hall
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2010 Issue (Volume 25 Number 1) on page 42.

Helen Frederick is director emeritus of Pyramid Atlantic in Silver Spring, Maryland, and Professor and Director of Printmaking, School of Art, George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

Paper Portfolio 11: Negative Space in Handmade Paper: Picturing the Void

Baker, Tom Balbo, Timothy Barrett, Sid Berger & Michele Cloonan, Simon Blattner, Tom & Lore Burger, Jeffrey Cooper, Kathy Crump, Gail Deery, Susan Mackin Dolan, Jane Farmer, Helen Frederick, Susan Gosin, Helen Hiebert, Ingrid Rose Paper Conservation, Lois &

Paper Portfolio 10: Handmade Paper: Fiber Exposed!

Baker, Tom Balbo, Timothy Barrett, Sid Berger & Mich.le Cloonan, Tom & Lore Burger, Jeffrey Cooper, Gail Deery, Karla Elling, Jim Escalante, Jane Farmer, Fifth Floor Foundation, Helen Frederick, Susan Gosin, Lois & Gordon James, Barbara Lippman, David Marshall

Discovery on the Stream of Life
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 1995 Issue (Volume 10 Number 1) on page 5.

Once Holman's sketches for the book of Galt's poetry were complete, Helen Frederick, artistic director of Pyramid , became very excited about the project.

Paper Routes—Women to Watch 2020
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2021 Issue (Volume 36 Number 1) on page 43.

An exhibition review by Helen Frederick. Purchase Issue. Other Articles in this Issue. Publications. Magazine. Newsletters. Paper Portfolios. News & Resources. Updates & Events. Beginner Series. Email Signup. Get Involved. Ways to Give. Fellowships.

Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2018 Issue (Volume 33 Number 1) on page 41.

Jennie Hirsh is associate professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, where she teaches courses in modern and contemporary art, architecture, and cinema.

Paper Portfolio 9: Handmade Paper in Motion

Baker, Tom Balbo, Timothy Barrett, Sid Berger & Mich.le Cloonan, Inge Bruggeman, Tom & Lore Burger, Greg Campbell, Jeffrey Cooper, Jim Escalante, Jane Farmer, The Fifth Floor Foundation, Helen Frederick, Lois & Gordon James, Barbara Lippman, David Marshall,

Hand Papermaking Magazine Winter 2020 Issue
Print and Handmade Paper: Volume 35 Number 2

Helen Frederick. , artist and founder of Pyramid Atlantic in the Washington DC area, covers Helen’s impressive history, including both past and current projects in paper, printmaking, and installations. Guest editor.

Beyond Child’s Play: Dolls for Domestication and Decolonization in Cheryl D. Edwards’ Pulp Paintings
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2023 Issue (Volume 38 Number 1) on page 19.

For years Helen Frederick had hoped to interest Edwards in making paper and pulp paintings. Edwards admits, “Helen [Frederick] has been inviting me for years [to her studio]. I have seen her work, and other pulp painters too, the result not the process.

Paper Fancies in Unexpected Collections at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2009 Issue (Volume 24 Number 2) on page 3.

Papier-māché trade catalog issued by Charles Frederick Bielefeld (British, active 1840s). Illustrated Tariff of the Improved Papier-Māché Picture Frames, also, Enriched Mouldings, made by machinery in twelve feet lengths, without join.

John Mason's Initiation
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2000 Issue (Volume 15 Number 2) on page 32.

John Mason, Bookbinding, (Frederick Warne and Co. London, 1936), p. vii.

Why Beat Pulp? Mapping New Paper Terrains
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2008 Issue (Volume 23 Number 1) on page 3.

Helen Frederick, Release, How Can We Go Forward When We DoNot Know Which Way We Are Going? 2007, installation: artist-made flax paper (20inches in diameter each), smoked with solar plate etching and chine collé, andfound objects on wall-mounted shelf.

Hungry Bibliophiles: An Experiment in Utilitarian Bookmaking
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2015 Issue (Volume 30 Number 2) on page 29.

The book would be printed on waterleaf paper that would be gelatin sized after printing, and bound in a historically inspired paper binding designed by Maria Fredericks.

Noted Exhibitions
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2008 Issue (Volume 23 Number 1) on page 44.

Many of the exhibiting artists are associated with Pyramid Atlantic in Silver Spring, Maryland, including its founder Helen Frederick who also contributed a short essay in the illustrated brochure that accompanied the show.

Ken Polinskie: Then and Now
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2006 Issue (Volume 21 Number 1) on page 38.

Frederick, Founder and Executive Artistic Director of Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Silver Spring, Maryland.

The Cartiere Enrico Magnani and Its Chiaroscuro Watermarks
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 1994 Issue (Volume 9 Number 1) on page 7.

Amalfi and Naples were governed in the early thirteenth century by Frederick II, Emperor of the Regno di Sicilia, one of the most extraordinary rulers ever. He surrounded himself with scholars of all disciplines, nationalities, and religious convictions.

Innovative Printmaking on Handmade Paper
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2003 Issue (Volume 18 Number 2) on page 8.

Stephen Fredericks and Megan Moorhouse collaborated on an elegant depiction of a dragonfly embedded in a fossil layer matrix. Fredericks rendered the image in a combination of hard and soft-ground etching.

Political Paper
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 2004 Issue (Volume 19 Number 1) on page 14.

When I was working in the Baltimore-Washington area, Helen Frederick, Buck Downs, and I collaborated on a book project, Parts of the Body, at Pyramid Atlantic.

Review of Chinese Handmade Paper
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Summer 1987 Issue (Volume 2 Number 1) on page 3.

Frederick G. Meyer that he was in possession of a large collection of Chinese handmade paper gathered by Floyd A. McClure in the 1920s and 1930s. A careful examination of this collection over the ensuing years uncovered Dr.

Printers and Papermakers Through the Lens of History
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2020 Issue (Volume 35 Number 2) on page 4.

Other works in the collection discuss the first appearance of watermarks in 1282, Frederic Goudy’s Mediaeval typeface, the nature of alphabets, and the physical aspects of a book.

Interview with Lesley Dill
Article found in Hand Papermaking Magazine's Winter 2000 Issue (Volume 15 Number 2) on page 3.

I did this with Peter Kruty; Helen Frederick of Pyramid Atlantic initiated the project. Peter is a real artist, dedicated to getting things right. Each page was printed, worked, reworked, printed. LD: Yes. The Thrill Came Slowly.

Newsletter Issue 86

Frederick, Elaine Koretsky, James Sitter, Claire Van Vliet. Co-founders: Amanda Degener. and Michael Durgin. hand papermaking newsletter.