The exhibition is opened from December 02, 2019 until March 31, 2020.
Joanne B Kaar
Monday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
Dunnet Bay Distillers Ltd.
Dunnet Bay Distillery
There will be 4 artworks by Joanne B Kaar in the exhibition, each one includes handmade papers made using rose root botanicals.
"....We would like to exhibit a range of work Inspired By Gin from paintings, ceramics, textiles, glass, wood and much more. The theme of Inspired 'By Gin' can be interpreted in a variety of different ways from the botanicals used to make Rock Rose Gin, to the landscape of Caithness or the history of gin..."
Phone: + 44 0 18 47 85 12 87
The exhibition is opened from September 29, 2019 until March 29, 2020.
Park Seo-Bo, Minjung Kim
Daily from 10 am - 6 pm
Closed on December 16 - 26, 2019
Opened December 27- 30, 2019
Closed on December 31, 2019 - January 10, 2020
Raketenstation Hombroich 1
In 1983, Park Seo-Bo began using hanji paper, the traditional Korean paper made from the bark of the mulberry tree. In this process, the paper is moistened and applied in layers to the canvas, formed with various tools and then processed to create a sculptural picture surface. This development, together with the introduction of color, allowed Park to expand his artistic practice without abandoning his desire to create emptiness through reduction.
The exhibition will take place throughout the museum and comprises 40 works that provide a broad overview of his practice.
Minjung Kim's abstract paintings are created using layers of Hanji – a traditional Korean paper made from the inner bark of mulberry trees. Using the rhythm of her breath on a lit incense stick, she gently and rhythmically burns the edges of each individual strip, and using a traditional Korean gluing technique painstakingly collages these strips, layer by layer, onto a larger Hanji surface.
The exhibition is opened from May 31, 2019 until February 20, 2020.
Joanne B Kaar
Please check websites of participating venues below.
Miscellaneous - throughout Scotland and Newfoundland - see below.
Caithness artist, Joanne B Kaar has been inspired by events reported in the John O’Groat Journal 100 years ago, when daring aviators, Harry G Hawker and Commander K Mackenzie Grieve, left St. John’s Newfoundland, attempting to cross the Atlantic non-stop.
Engine problems resulted in them ditching in the Atlantic. Rescued, they were brought to Scrabster, Caithness, in the north of Scotland, where a crowd had gathered to welcome them. They were later decorated with the Cross of the Royal Air Force.
In celebration of these aviators and the warm reception they received, we are connecting with Newfoundland again! For news and updates of paper aeroplane exchange events organised near you during 2019, visit the website of participating organisations:
Strathnaver Museum - North Scotland
Admiralty House Communications Museum - Newfoundland
Castletown Heritage Society - North Scotland
Old Cottage Hospital Heritage and Community Centre - Newfoundland
Trinity Historical Society - Newfoundland
Wick Heritage Museum - North Scotland
The Grand Finale - in Feb 2020 all paper planes sent to Newfoundland from Scotland will be exhibited at the Craft Council Newfoundland and Labrador gallery in St. John’s.
Here in Scotland, all paper planes received will be displayed in Nucleus the Nuclear and Caithness archive before being accessioned into the archive.
The exhibition is opened from October 10, 2019 until February 07, 2020.
Gerda Ritzmann and other Artists
Opening: October 10, 2019 - 6 pm
The exhibition is opened daily, 24 hours.
Riva Caccia 1b
Piano terra Central Park
24 artists are looking for fragments full of energy from which it is possible to start again, build, reassamble, discard to create the new.
The exhibition is opened from November 08, 2019 until January 22, 2020.
Ronald Regamey and other Artists
Opening: November 08, 2019 - 7 to 9 pm
Monday to Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday 1 pm - 4 pm
ORILLA MUSEUM OF ART & HISTORY
30 Peter Street South
Orillia, ON L3V5A9
The Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed was created in recognition of Group of Seven member, and Orillia native Franklin Carmichael. Now in its 18th year, this juried show calls on artists from across the country to submit work that embraces, challenges, comments, critiques, echoes, re-works or strengthens images, perceptions and interpretations of Canadian landscape through the artist’s chosen medium. Heavily rooted in Carmichael’s beliefs on traditionalism and classical modes of artistic expression, Carmichael himself was very much invested in contemporary artistic styles having been inspired by his native Canadian surroundings.
Phone: +1 705 32 62 15 9
The exhibition is opened from October 01, 2019 until January 15, 2020.
Katy DeMent, Albert Pantone, Treewhisperisrs
Opened daily 6 am- 12 pm
Steel Tower "T" Station (at Pittsburgh mass transit light rail station)
Steel Tower" T "station
Curators, Katy DeMent (paper maker) and Ann Rosenthal ( print maker, illustrator) wanted to take an expansive view of climate change — that it is an opportunity to be and act in a world that is in relationship with one another and with nature. We have done this by demonstrating how artists are responding to these concerns, highlighting the materials they use to create their work. Not all of our materials and processes “leave no trace,” but all the exhibiting artists are moving in that direction, as our culture and society must also move toward.
How do the artists you’ve worked with for this show deal with their own practices and choices of materials as they affect climate change?
Both Katy DeMent and Albert Pantone reflect their local ecosystems through the reuse of sustainably sourced materials. They harvest invasive plants and grow plant fibers for their papermaking processes, a continuation of work they began years ago out of necessity. By engaging ephemeral materials, nothing is arbitrary and the actual surfaces, as well as the imagery, are referential.
Creatives for Climate (C4C) is a Pittsburgh-based collaborative of artists, designers, architects, climate communicators, climate scientists and climate educators. As part of its mission, C4C produces exhibitions that spark community dialogue around climate change. We were looking for an exhibition venue that would highlight some of the artists in our collaborative and approached Contemporary Craft’s (CC) Director of Exhibitions Kate Lydon.
The exhibition is opened from November 27, 2019 until January 12, 2020.
Mariëlle van den Bergh
Tuesday - Sunday, 11 am - 5 pm
2282 BR Rijswijk
- Sunday, December 15, 2019
Rae Bolotin and Yuri Bolotin: Rae is director BigCi residency, Yuri is bushwalker, writer, and environmental activist in the Blue Mountains, Wollemi National Park, Australia
- Sunday January 12, 2020
Mariëlle van den Bergh tells about the influence of residencies on her work as an artist. The installation Primal Nature is inspired by the residency at BigCi in Wollemi National Park, Australia and by residency in Tasmania (Poimena residency, 2006, Launceston).
The exhibition is opened from October 27, 2019 until January 12, 2020.
Anni Fiil and other Artists
Opening October 27, 2019 at 11.30 am
Wednesday - Sunday 10 am - 5 pm
Schloss Reinbek - Krummspanner
The German-Danish artist group "Der bewegte Koffer" deals directly with the journey. Seafaring has always connected countries, cultures and peoples. Works on the theme ULTRA - MARIN are exhibited.
The exhibition is opened from November 23, 2019 until January 05, 2020.
November 23, 2019 at 7 pm
Monday - Saturday 10 am - 8 pm
Sunday 10 am - 6 pm
Museo Textil de Oaxaca
Miguel Hidalgo 917, Centro Histórico
68000 Oaxaca de Juárez
Through the Walls: Reflections includes work that Teddy Milder made, or was inspired by two artist residencies in Oaxaca in 2016 and 2018 and the looming threat of a border wall construction. She printed and stitched her photographs on amate and cotton paper she made at Arte Papel Oaxaca in San Augustín Etla. Adding enhancements and embellishments into each image, the artist's stitches were intertwined with paper walls. Inspired by ancient Oaxacan textile and wall patterns of Mitla, Teddy looked for openings, or spaces in between. Three-dimensional paper work and thread drawings invoke passages through the walls.
The exhibition is opened from October 05, 2019 until January 04, 2020.
Pat Alexander (USA), Anna Bludau-Hary (GER) and Wendy Briggs Powell (USA)
Thursday and Friday 12 am - 5 pm
The first Saturday of each month 12 am - 5 pm
and by appointment
Paper Art & Design Gallery
Rocks are the building blocks of the cosmos. They are a crystallization of the natural world. They seem everything that we are not: enduring, solid, immovable. This is the space were Pat Alexander (US) wants to explore.
Wendy Briggs Powell (US) submerges large sheets of paper into dyed water. These “watermarks” are at once both simple and complex and reflect to her a lived emotional experience. Her work connects heart, head and hands while aiming to convey the subtleties and nuances of the human emotional condition.
The works of Anna Bludau-Hary (Germany) are mostly organic-looking objects are bizarre and yet beautiful and mysterious. They play poetically with inside and outside, with light and its shadow.
Phone +31 624 63 87 00
The exhibition is opened from September 12, 2019 until December 31, 2019.
Tuesday to Saturday 10.30 am - 12.30 pm and 2 pm - 6 pm
The first Sunday of each month 2 pm - 6 pm
Wood museum and marquetry
Musée du bois et de la marqueterie - centre d'Art Contemporain
13 Rue Jean Moulin
Two exhibitions, two perspectives where plastic research is based on the know-how of ancestral crafts such as mosaics or papermaking, which will lead visitors to the museum to discover two female artistic worlds. Nathalie Chaulaic, mosaic and Aided Bernard, paper artist.
Paper artist, Aïdée Bernard experiments with the transformation of plants into paper fibres. She uses vegetable fibres to create kakemonos, installations, diaphanous sculptures and book objects where paper becomes a means of expression in its own right, fibre-sign, watermark, skin material: 'The paper I create is fed from here, from this land that carries me. It is the result of a metamorphosis of matter and speaks of my relationship to visibility, which I show you.'
The exhibition is opened from December 06, 2019 until December 26, 2019.
Opening: December 06, 2019 - 9 to 6 pm
The exhibition is opened daily, from 10 am - 5 pm
Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs
26100 Old 41 Road
Bonita Springs, FL 34135
A Solo Exhibition celebrating the 40 year career of multi-media sculptor, Pam Foss.
This Exhibit will present sculpture from every phase of Pam's career, from 1980 to the present. Included among those sculptures, both bas-relief and free standing, are a full array of styles ranging from realism to abstract expressionism and beyond created in media as equally diverse as paper, bronze, resin, wood, and Styrofoam.
Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs, Tranovich Gallery
Phone: +1 239 49 58 98 9
The exhibition is opened from November 29, 2019 until December 22, 2019.
Kathrin Messerschmidt and Ina Kunz
Friday 4 - 8 pm
Saturday and Sunday 11 am - 4 pm
AU6 Raum für Kunst Reinach
Faszination Papier - Paper Fascination
In the exhibition "Fascination Paper", Ina Kunz shows works from the Flowers series, in which, like Kathrin Messerschmidt, paper is not the carrier of artistic expression - paper is the means of expression. It offers countless possibilities for advancing into two to three dimensional works. Messerschmidt's expressive faces are the result of the two artists' aim to discover the poetic power of paper as the basic substance of individual expression.