allison roscoe

Address818 south king st.#1807
Cityhonolulu
State/ProvinceHI
Postal Code96813
CountryUSA
Phone Number808 436 8769
E-mail Addressroscoeallison@yshoo.com
Websitenull

First interest in hand papermaking process: 2002

First piece of handmade paper: 2002

First handmade paper artwork: 2003

Beginning of active practice: 2003

allison's Work in Hand Papermaking:

  1. Artist who uses handmade paper for book arts
  2. Educator who teaches hand papermaking (any facet)
  3. Recreational papermaker (for personal development, non-exhibiting)

allison's Introduction to Hand Papermaking:

  1. Classroom instruction

Influences on allison's Work in Hand Papermaking:

Primary
  1. An individual

Publications initially important to allison:

  1. Fiber Arts : all
  2. American Craft : all
  3. Hand Papermaking : all issues
  4. IAPMA publications : all
  5. Dard Hunter : book about

Publications eventually important to allison:

  1. Best of Penland : null
  2. Papermakers Companion : Helen Heibert
  3. artists catalogs : null
  4. Lark Books : null
  5. Cover to Cover : null

Countries where allison's studied:

Raw materials used by allison in Hand Papermaking:

Chemicals used by allison for cooking fibers in Hand Papermaking:

Used Sometimes
Used Rarely

Tools and methods used by allison for beating in Hand Papermaking:

Used Routinely
  1. Hollander beater
Used Sometimes
Used Rarely

Style of sheet forming used by allison in Hand Papermaking:

Used Sometimes
Used Rarely

Years teaching hand papermaking: summer semester 2x

Teaching formats used by allison:

Used Routinely
  1. classes
  2. demonstrations
Used Sometimes
  1. one-on-one in studio
Used Rarely

allison's Income Contribution from Hand Papermaking:

  1. none

Narrative:

FDH meetings have been a GREAT influence PBI Sessions are intense and very valuable Apprenticeship is very valuable U of Southern Main has a terrific summer program. Rebecca Goodale Paperworks is a wonderful group in Tucson AZ…meetings,speakers,shows,and workshops. IAPMA puts on great conferences being around fellow papermakers is invaluable and so are workshops…the free exchange of info is key

Questions:

ALoha,and thanks for your hard work.