Join me every Sunday when I share some of my favorite links I discovered in the previous week. Earlier posts in the series can be found here.
And here is Week 126...
1. This video of Japanese craftsmen making handmade paper is mesmerizing and very meditative.
2. And speaking of meditative and mesmerizing, watch this video of the making of Vertical Emptiness, Onishi Yasuaki's 2013 installation at the Kyoto Center. You will not believe what it is made of.
3. And speaking of unexpected materials, carved stone suspended on burlap from Eduardo Terranova.
4. Rae Missigman shares her journal pages, her "timer technique" and a video of her process in this guest post on Julie Fei-Fan Balzer's blog.
5. The African Bricks: I find these colorful, mosaic artworks by Charis Tsevis very compelling.
6. Have always loved the collages and combines from Robert Rauschenberg but also excited to have come across an artwork from him that is unexpected...
...and a fascinating article about Rauschenberg, an artist who worked to "crack the secret language of junk."
7. Flashback link 2015: Venice on My Mind. The making of a journal page...