Workshops

Browse through all workshops that currently take place. We also provide information about future workshops and workshops from the past.

Online course of Soft Sculptures.

Argentina

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from February 13, 2024 until March 05, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Silvia Turbiner Silvia Turbiner

Workshop Details

In this online course with IAPMA member @silviaturbiner, participants are going to learn different weaving techniques, handmade paper from two to three dimensions and new materials to work with. Each session is designed to develop a relationship with natural materials. She will guide you through the process of weaving twigs, wire, chicken mesh, rattan and handmade paper into sculpture. We will twist, interlock and weave in multiple directions ; the works will appear to be simultaneously line and volume.


Suggested Materials:
A wooden frame (A4 is a good size)and nails. Tools needed after the first session. Depending on your geographic location: wicker, vines, willow vines, palm inflorenscences, wire, rope, chicken and bird mesh, cables,    etc. Styrofoam molds: spheres, cubes and foam rubber sheets. You will learn how to make molds. You can use all sorts of wire: copper, brass or aluminum. Fibers: Kozo, corn, agave, abaca, cotton pulps and any already handmade paper. You can buy your paper if you are not used to making it.


4 sessions, TUESDAYS beginning February 13th, 2:15 pm to 4:30 pm Argentina time through Zoom.
Class limit 6 participants.

Further information:
www.silviaturbiner.com

Contact information

Silvia Turbiner
silvia.turbiner@gmail.com
+5491136286167
www.silviaturbiner.com
@silviaturbiner


Thirty Days on Paper - Online workshop

Germany

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from February 20, 2024 until March 19, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Guy Lougashi Guy Lougashi

Workshop Details

30 days of self documentation on paper.

This workshop is intended for participants who are familiar with The Paper Lab have participated in Paper Lab sessions. The workshop will utilize a unique online platform intentionally designed for group viewing. Through "Thirty Days on Paper," you'll have the opportunity to experience and create daily while being aware and reflective of all aspects of cyclicality in your life.

Five Tuesdays from February 20 to March 19, 17:00 - 19:30 (Central European Time), 11:00 - 2:30 (Eastern Time)

Workshop Structure: The workshop consists of six sessions:
Personal Session -30 minutes
Four online group sessions held once a week - 150 minutes each
Closing Session - Wrapping up processes and having a summary discussion

In the "Thirty Days on Paper" workshop, we invite you to participate in a process of deep and subjective self-exploration. The process will unfold through documentation and self-topography on paper for 30 days, akin to writing a personal journal entry each day. Throughout this engagement, you'll choose specific themes, experiment with particular techniques, or simply allow your creation to flow freely.

The workshop's goal is to present you with a learning experience that strengthens your daily creative thinking and inspires continued creativity beyond the workshop. Through consecutive creative days, personal experiences and processes will lead to the creation of your unique and personal artwork. The workshop offers an opportunity to pause, focus on the present moment, experience time creatively, and express yourself in various ways.

Further information: https://www.paperlab.info/30-days-on-paper-online-workshop/march-2024

Contact information

Guy Logashi and the paper lab team.

https://www.paperlab.info
 +49(0)176 722 32 994

https://instagram.com/paper.lab.workshop?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=


In the Bag and Outside the Box

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from February 21, 2024 until February 23, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Claudia Lee Claudia Lee

Workshop Details

A box is a wonderful container but it is so much more in the hands of an artist.  It provides many surfaces for embellishment, collage, stitching and story-telling.  The form also happily lends itself to many sculptural possibilities.  A custom made box is a beautiful way to present and contain something special.

Students will learn several ways to make boxes as well as how to make reusable patterns for their specific projects. We will explore some decorative paper techniques as well as collage and hand-stitching. Using some of these same techniques we will make a Japanese-inspired triangle bag that can fold flat and learn how it can also be the basis for another sculptural box form.

This class is open to all levels of experience including no experience!
Instructor: Claudia Lee

Venue: Aya Fiber Studio, Florida
Registration link:
https://www.ayafiberstudio.com/all-workshop-descriptions-and-registrations

Contact information

Aya Fiber Studio / Suzanne Connors
www.ayafiberstudio.com
 +1-336-693-4606


Experimental Paper Sculpture

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from March 01, 2024 until March 01, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Michelle Wilson Michelle Wilson

Workshop Details

Join IAPMA Member Michelle Wilson - this workshop is for any student interested in using handmade paper to create sculptural forms with armatures. Students will learn building methods for armatures and ways to wrap and dip their armatures in handmade paper prepared in a way that is called "high shrinkage". In this method, paper pulp has been beaten for a long period of time to absorb a large amount of water, and dramatic transformations can occur when the form dries.

Further information and to register:
https://www.sebarts.org/classeslectures/p/experimental-paper-sculpture-mar-1-2024

Contact information

Luna Sorrenti, Program Manager
lunas@sebarts.org
Sebastopol Center for the Arts
707-829-4797, extension 1004


Papermaking for the Home Studio

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from March 03, 2024 until March 03, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Karen Olson Karen Olson

Workshop Details

Hand papermaking is a process that can support many other mediums or be a work of art on its own. The process is an enjoyable and restorative way to connect with nature. Papermaking can be as simple or complex as you would like to make it. Truly a medium with endless possibilities!

Students can expect to learn the fundamentals of papermaking in a home setting. You will gain an understanding of the tools required and the materials necessary to make a variety of papers. Readily available materials such as recycled packaging and locally sourced plant fibers as well more specialized fibers will be explored. The method you will learn is accessible and adaptable.

The class will be held on March 3rd, from 1-3 pm at Local Color Gallery, 135 Main St., Belfast, Maine.

Further information:
https://www.karenolsonphotography.com/classes-workshops/p/papermaking-for-the-home-studio

Contact information

Karen Olson
karen@karenolsonphotography.com


Paper Sculpture

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from March 04, 2024 until March 04, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Karen Olson Karen Olson

Workshop Details

When we work sculpturally, we gain a profound understanding of how perspective can transform and shift in response to the interplay of light and the angle from which we observe our creations. This powerful fact serves as a metaphor for the intricacies and ever-changing nature of life itself. By skillfully manipulating various elements and incorporating them into a multi-dimensional layered sculpture, we are able to effectively convey the intricate and multifaceted layers that constitute our unique life experiences.

In this class, students will learn a variety of methods to strengthen and sculpt paper. Ancient oriental practices will be discussed and demonstrated as well as innovative techniques with natural materials. A variety of alternatives for armature will be shown. A collection of mixed papers and fibers will be available for you to create your own artwork in class. Please feel free to bring your own prints, elements, or artworks you would like to incorporate in your sculpture.  

The class will be held on March 4th, from 1-3 pm at Local Color Gallery, 135 Main St., Belfast, Maine. 

Further information:
https://www.karenolsonphotography.com/classes-workshops/p/paper-sculpture-belfast-maine-march-4-2024

Contact information

Karen Olson
karen@karenolsonphotography.com


Off the Grid! Exploring Traditional & Non-Traditional Spinning & Weaving Methods Using Paper

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from March 09, 2024 until March 10, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Julie McLaughlin Julie McLaughlin, Paula Damm

Workshop Details

Title: Off the Grid! Exploring Traditional & Non-traditional Spinning & Weaving Methods Using Paper
Instructor: Julie McLaughlin & Paula Damm
Date: 3/9/24 & 3/10/24
Time: 10am-4pm both days
Registration deadline: 2/24/24

Description:
In this two-day workshop, students will be encouraged to go off the grid, think outside the box, and discover the amazing process of spinning paper into thread. Class participants will learn different ways to prep paper for spinning, methods of spinning, and the challenges faced when dealing with this process. Day two will continue with exploring ways spun paper can be used as an enhancement to creativity, with an emphasis on weaving on and off a loom.
No prior experience required!

Further information and registration:
www.morganconservatory.com/s/shop

Contact information

Morgan Conservatory, Cleveland Ohio USA
216.361.9255




Introduction to Japanese Style Papermaking

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from March 22, 2024 until March 23, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Michelle Wilson Michelle Wilson

Workshop Details

In this workshop taught by IAPMA member Michelle Wilson, students will be introduced to the process of making Japanese paper, or washi. Japanese paper, often incorrectly referred to as rice paper, is known for its great strength while appearing delicate and gossamer-thin. Students will learn the basics of preparing their own fiber, hand beating, and forming sheets in the traditional nagashizuki method. Students will take home wet sheets to dry at home with instructions.

Washi paper is versatile and can be used for numerous applications – writing, printmaking, chine colle, collage, bookbinding, digital printing, paper sculpture – you name it! The class will also touch on how to make washi at home.

Further information and to register:
https://moonlightpress.co/spring-2024-intro-to-japanese-style-papermaking

Contact information

Courtney Sennish, Moonlight Press
1308 Wood Street, Oakland, CA, 94607
info@moonlightpress.co


2024 Fabriano Paper/Print/Book Tour of Northern Italy

Italy

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from June 03, 2024 until June 14, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Lynn Sures Lynn Sures, Giorgio Pellegrini

Workshop Details

A personal introduction to paper, print, and book arts sites.

• Hands-on papermaking and book arts in Fabriano and Gubbio
• Papermills making traditional Italian papers and watermarks
• Publishers of hand printing and galleries of master prints
• Libraries and workshops of traditional Italian bookbinding
• Visit historic and contemporary papermaking, book arts, and printmaking  sites throughout Northern Italy

Contact information

Lynn Sures
lynn@lynnsures.com
www.lynnsures.com


Pulp painting intensive with Meg Black, PhD

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from June 09, 2024 until June 15, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Meg Black Meg Black

Workshop Details

The Summer Institute at Wells College, situated on more than 300 scenic acres overlooking Cayuga Lake in central New York, attracts a mix of experienced book artists and those new to the field from all over. Offered are 4 - 6 classes concurrently in each session in letterpress, bookbinding, calligraphy, papermaking, paper decoration, risograph, and related arts.

This workshop explores the art of using pigmented pulps to create highly textured and colorful 2D works of art. In this five-day workshop, students will explore pulp-painting techniques using cotton and abaca fibers. Pigmenting, painting techniques using a variety of tools and applications, multiple layering techniques, and beating times to control textures and shrinkage properties of the different fibers will be covered in this intensive workshop. Through slide presentations featuring handmade paper art by a variety of artists, and daily demonstrations by the instructor, students will become familiar with handmade paper artwork and the many artists who work in this ancient yet contemporary medium.

Further information:
https://wellsbookartscenter.org/summer/

Contact information

Mary Tasillo
she/her/hers
Director, Book Arts Center
Wells College
mtasillo@wells.edu


Solastalgia and Watermarks in Handmade Paper

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from July 01, 2024 until July 02, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Michelle Wilson Michelle Wilson

Workshop Details

In this workshop, you will explore hand papermaking, watermarks, and material metaphor. Watermarks are a hand papermaking technique in which the fibers of the paper are interrupted, creating an absence in the paper. When the papers are backlit, a ghostly image appears. This technique is an exquisite material metaphor for dealing with loss, extinction, and disappearance, while also being magical and alluding to transformation. Using various types of watermark techniques – including cut vinyl, puff paint, layered paper, and hand embroidery, you will explore the imagery of solastalgia – feelings of disquiet and discomfort due to environmental change such as global warming - and revitalization. Students will leave this workshop with a series of handmade papers that can stand on their own as works of art, or be incorporated into collages, artists books, or prints.

Further information:
https://www.sitkacenter.org/workshops/3569-solastalgia-watermarks-in-handmade-paper

Contact information

Maria Elting, Workshops Coordinator
mariaelting@sitkacenter.org

Sitka Center for Art and Ecology
@sitkacenter
56605 Sitka Dr, Otis, OR 97368
(541) 994-5485


Embroidered Maps

United States

Event Dates

The workshop takes place from July 03, 2024 until July 03, 2024.

Workshop Initiator

Michelle Wilson Michelle Wilson

Workshop Details

Maps are symbolic guides from the known to the unknown. They describe patterns of movement, occurrence, and migration, and tell stories of places past, present, and future. During this class, designed for all levels, we will explore various ways that mapping can be combined with embroidery to make unique works of art. You will begin with a meditation on land and place and introductions to different types of embroidered cartography and symbolism. Then you'll explore ways to transfer images to fabric, a plethora of embroidery stitches, and how best to realize each participant's idea from vision to textile. Students will depart this workshop with an embroidered map of their own, which could be incorporated into a garment or pillow, or framed as a work of art.

Further information:
https://www.sitkacenter.org/workshops/3570-embroidered-maps

Contact information

Maria Elting, Workshops Coordinator
mariaelting@sitkacenter.org
(541) 994-5485

Sitka Center for Art and Ecology
@sitkacenter

56605 Sitka Dr, Otis, OR 97368


Workshops Tour Across the Americas, Spring-Summer 2024

United States

Workshop Initiator

Guy Lougashi Guy Lougashi

Workshop Details

Paper lab
Workshops Tour Across the Americas, Spring-Summer 2024

Embark on a creative journey across the Americas with The Paper Lab's workshop tour in spring and summer 2024. Experience the essence of our "Self Topography on Paper" concept through engaging workshops and insightful lectures. Dive into the world of 3D paper making and casting, with both foundational and advanced sessions. Explore the artistry of our sewing machine lab workshop and immerse yourself in the intricate craft of weaving. As a special touch, we offer the flexibility to tailor a concept workshop to perfectly suit the time frame provided by our hosts.

Whether you're an emerging artist or seasoned creator, our workshops provide a nurturing space to explore and shape your distinctive vision. Led by the experienced artist Guy Lougashi, immerse yourself in dynamic and interactive sessions that breathe life into the world of paper.

Stay tuned as the exciting list of workshops will be announced soon.

We extend an invitation to individuals, art studios, and creative spaces to host a workshop in your city, offering a unique and enriching experience to your community. Connect with us today to express your interest in hosting a workshop or to gather more details about the tour. Let's make 2024 an unforgettable year together with The Paper Lab!

Info: https://www.paperlab.info/workshops-tour-across-the-americas-springsummer-2024

Contact information

Guy Logashi
https://www.paperlab.info

 +49(0)176 722 32 994

https://instagram.com/paper.lab.workshop?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=


Workshops at Liberty Paper

United States

Workshop Details

Most classes this year will be custom designed for individual students or groups. Phone or email the studio to plan and design your class.
Some of the options are Papermaking, Box making, Stitching on Paper, Decorative Papers, Book making, and more.
Bring your own project for studio time and technical support. Private classes are available for designing and making your own guest books for weddings and other special events.

Contact information

Liberty Paper
Claudia Lee
1618 Cripps Road
Liberty, Tennessee 37095
(615)536-5151
libertypapermaking@gmail.com


CRONQUIST PAPER STUDIO

Latvia

Workshop Details

Papermaking from abaca, kozo, denim, cotton rug pulp. Pulp painting and other surface design techniques. 3D objects from abaca, recycled paper. Make your own paper for a book and learn bookbinding.
Please contact Ilze Dilane for details.

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paperceramicstudio/

Website:
http://ilzedilanesart.blogspot.com/

Contact information

Ilze Dilane
Cronquist Paper Studio
Riga
LATVIA

Phone +371 25 608 690
E-mail ilze.dilane@gmail.com


Fides Linien - Interdisciplinary Art Consulting

Germany

Workshop Details

During professional papermaking workshops, participants are introduced to the knowledge of hand papermaking. Different processes to work with various fibres, to create sheets, to work with paper pulp two- or three dimensionally are introduced. Several techniques to manipulate paper can be explored.

Fides provides individual and customized consulting, developing concrete projects at your location or in a rented location. Besides workshops, lectures and collaboration in interdisciplinary and innovative projects, she offers promotional- and (self-) marketing solutions.

Further information:
www.fideslinien.com

Contact information

Fides Linien 
art@fideslinien.com
Instagram: @fideslinen


Paper + Constructions: In-Person-Workshops

United States

Workshop Details

New for 2024, I am resuming IN-PERSON workshops at my new studio in Northern New Mexico. 

Paper + Constructions is a 3-day, private, hands-on workshop experience with Jacqueline. Bring your ideas and create beauty in a peaceful environment.

Location:
Paper Rain Studio is located in Arroyo Hondo, a small community just minutes north of Taos, NM. The studio is easily accessible off Hwy 522.

Studio:
The large south-facing windows with natural light, trees and views of the valley inspire creativity and a calmness that allows ideas to surface.

Contact information

Jacqueline Mallegni
email: paper.rain.studio@gmail.com
website: mallegni.com


Shaping Space with Flax Fiber: Level Two

United States

Workshop Initiator

Jacqueline Mallegni Jacqueline Mallegni

Workshop Details

This class is based on the Fused & Formed workshop with attention given to the how-to’s of three-dimensional design, surface embellishment and mould making.

During the two-day ONLINE workshop, you will learn how to make beautifully textured paper with flax roving and create shape by making a mould with wire mesh and plaster cloth. You will also focus on embellishing the surface with thread, ink and decorative paper.

Workshop Hours: 9am- 12pm MDT

Please consider registering early giving yourself enough time to gather the materials needed for the workshop. At registration, a materials list will be emailed to you. All skill levels are welcome.

This live and interactive workshop is offered monthly via Zoom. Workshops are not pre-recorded. Please visit Jacqueline's website for details and to register.
https://mallegni.com/workshops/p/shaping-space-flax-level-two


Contact information

Jacqueline Mallegni
Paper Rain Studio
mallegni.com
@paper_rain_studio


DIEU DONNÉ - TOURS AND WORKSHOPS

United States

Workshop Details

Dieu Donné offers a variety of unique hands-on educational opportunities for adults and children that can be held on-site in our studio or at off-site locations. Educational programs are adaptable for various age groups and circumstances, including school field trips, professional development, community organizations, and more.  

Participants learn about the papermaking process—from the history of papermaking to the role handmade paper plays in the contemporary arts—and experiment with creative techniques to create original works of art. Our tactile programs, taught by working artists and educators, provide access to a rare and venerable artistic medium, and give participants an opportunity to experience a complete cycle of creation, from pulp to final project. Programs range from introductory classes to follow-up workshops in specialized techniques.

Website:
https://www.dieudonne.org/tours-and-workshops

Contact information

Dieu Donné
Brooklyn Navy Yard
Building 3, Suite 602
63 Flushing Ave, Unit 112
Brooklyn, NY 11205

Phone +1 212-226-0573
E-mail dieudonne@dieudonne.org


Paper lab by Guy Lougashi

Germany

Workshop Initiator

Guy Lougashi Guy Lougashi

Workshop Details

Embark on a creative journey with The Paper Lab, where paper is not just a medium, but a canvas for boundless possibilities.
At The Paper Lab, they believe in the art of exploration and experimentation.

the workshop times are tailored to accommodate participants worldwide, ensuring a convenient and inclusive creative experience for everyone.

Winter is here, and so is the online workshop edition!
Dive into the magic of paper with our unique offerings:

1️⃣ 3D Paper Making and Casting: Unleash your imagination in the world of three-dimensional paper art.

2️⃣ The Sewing Machine Lab: Combine the beauty of sewing with the versatility of paper for stunning creations.

3️⃣ Self-Topography on Paper: Explore the contours of your creativity as you map your unique artistic landscape.

4️⃣ Weaving Paper Workshop: Thread your creativity through the loom of paper, creating intricate and textured masterpieces.

Reserve your spot now and join The Paper Lab in unraveling the wonders of paper art! 

Further information and registration:
https://lougashi.com/paper-lab-workshop

Contact information

Guy Lougashi, Artist

 +49(0)176 722 32 994
guylougashi@gmail.com

https://www.instagram.com/guy.lougashi
https://instagram.com/paper.lab.workshop?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=





Workshop Program Banff Centre

Canada

Workshop Details

The Banff Centre is a catalyst for creativity, with a transformative
impact on those who attend our programs, conferences and
events. Our alumni create, produce and perform works of art
all over the world, lead our institutions, organizations and
businesses, and play significant roles in our cultural, social,
intellectual and economic well-being, and in the preservation
of our environment.

Website for workshops and programs:
https://www.banffcentre.ca/visual-arts-facilities

Contact information

Wendy Tokaryk, Print and Paper Facilitator

Phone +1 4037626402
Email wendy_tokaryk@banffcentre.ca


Camigraphie Expressive

France

Workshop Initiator

Aïdée Bernard Aïdée Bernard

Workshop Details

3 to 5 days workshops:
- Presentation of the different types of fiber used to make paper,
- Illustrated by material samples (visual and tactile).
- Extraction of cellulose from 2 local paper plants.
- Introduction to vat paper-making techniques.
- Introduction to vegetable lace papermaking.
- Approach your own creativity using paper as a means of expression.

Each workshop has a different approach :
Paper from Plants and Watermarks
Paper from Plants and Relief Print
From Leaves to Book
Paper from Plants and Vegetable Dyes
Volume and Lights in Vegetable Laces

Further information:
www.camigraphie.org

Contact information

Aïdée Bernard
5 avenue de Brezilhou
11260 Campagne sur Aude
FRANCE

Phone +33 619636216

Website: www.aidee-bernard.com
www.camigraphie.org
E-mail a.idee.bernard@gmail.com


Gail Stiffe

Australia

Workshop Details

Papermakers of Victoria runs a broad program of paper focused workshops each year. Skilled tutors help you develop new skills during a day of information and fun. 

Further information:
https://papermakers.org.au/workshops/

Contact information

Gail Stiffe
info@gailstiffe.info


Claudia Lee - Papermaking, Box-making, and Decorative Paper Workshops

United States

Workshop Details

Students interested in coming to the studio can design a custom workshop or sign up for a group workshop. For a complete list of classes to be held at Liberty Paper as well as workshops at other locations, please visit my website.

Website: http://www.claudialeepaper.com

Contact information

Claudia Lee
libertypapermaking@gmail.com


Material Matters: Contemporary Fiber Sculpture Workshop Retreat with Jacqueline Mallegni

France

Workshop Initiator

Jacqueline Mallegni Jacqueline Mallegni

Workshop Details

Location:
Be-Artz
Sauveterre de Béarn, France

Dates:
September 22-28, 2024

Bring your creative ideas and immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of an ancient French village for a SIX-DAY FIBER SCULPTURE Residential Workshop Retreat. Listen to the natural beauty around you. Let it guide your creative spirit!

This is an all-inclusive workshop retreat experience. Materials, lodging, and meals are included in the fee.

Further information see download on website.
https://be-artz.com

Contact information

To Register Contact:  Magdalena Groszek, director of Be-Atrz
email: info@be-artz.com

For Workshop Details: Jacqueline Mallegni - Paper Rain Studio
email: paper.rain.studio@gmail.com
website: mallegni.com


CAMIGRAPHIE EXPRESSIVE

France

Workshop Details

« Papier de plantes, effets d'eau et de motifs » / "Paper of plants and water marks"
« Fibres à papier, empreintes et marques en reliefs » / "Paper of plants and relief print"
« De la feuille au livre » / "From leaves to book"
« Papier de plantes et teintures végétales » / "Paper of plants and végétable dyes"
« Herbier de Méditerranée » / "Herbarium of Méditerrannée"
« Volume et lumière en dentelles végétales » /"volume and lights in vegetable lacies"

Website for workshops:
www.camigraphie.org

Contact information

Aïdée Bernard
20 rue du Lirou
34620 Puisserguier
FRANCE

Phone +33 619636216

Website www.aidee-bernard.com
E-mail a.idee.bernard@gmail.com




Flax Fiber Collage Workshop - ONLINE

United States

Workshop Initiator

Jacqueline Mallegni Jacqueline Mallegni

Workshop Details

Learn how to transform flax roving into beautifully textured paper. Use inclusions such as thread, decorative paper, pressed leaves and flowers or plant pigment to create a nature-inspired collage.

Each class is designed to spark your creative self and includes the same content as an in-person class. When you register for the class I will email a materials list.

Please register early giving yourself enough time to gather the materials before the class begins.

This workshop is live and interactive via Zoom. Workshops are not pre-recorded. Classes are offered monthly until December.

Visit Jacqueline's website for more details and to register.
https://mallegni.com/workshops


Contact information

Jacqueline Mallegni
Paper Rain Studio
mallegni.com
@paper_rain_studio