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.
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Sarah Matthews is a printmaker and book artist.
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. She is also a YouTuber and a designer for ArtFoamies.com.
Some things we discuss on this episode:
- 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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