Mom and I had a wonderful long chat with Sarah Matthews. I've seen Sarah's colorful layered prints many times, but I didn't know about her extensive work as a bookbinder. On the podcast we talk about creating during quarantine, YouTube, artist books, and lots more. Sarah has four girls and still manages to carve, print, or bind every single day. Give it a listen:
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Her work has been exhibited in the US and is a part of the permanent collections of Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, George Washington University’s Gelman Library, University of Puget Sound, and Samford University.
- artist books
- book prints vs. wall prints
- Amos Paul Kennedy Jr.: "Put ink on paper every day."
- Hedi Kyle
- As promised, here is Sarah's flag book tutorial:
Find Sarah Online:
Our Recommendations from this episode:
- Julie: 3-D Printed Watercolor Palettes, like this one.
- Eileen: Harvard Museums Podcast Series: HMSC Connects
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