Resources and Links

Sources for Materials and Supplies

There are many kinds of wonderful handmade, handscreened or marbled papers.  The best kinds for boxes are strong, made of mulberry or kozo fibers, like Japanese chiyogami papers.  Lighter, more delicate papers can be used for interiors and/or embellishments

•Art Papers Online
18650 W. Old US 12
Chelsea, MI 48118
734-562-2662
www.artpapersonline.com
Nice people and good selection of paper and USArtQuest art supplies.


.Colophon Book Arts Supply
Lacey, Washington 98503
360-459-2940
www.colophonbookarts.com
Owner Nancy Morains has a remarkable website full of treasures for book arts.  Great service, fine prices, terrific tools and treasures for traditional European Marbling and suminagashi as well.

                                            

Broadway Papers                                                                                   
191 N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414-277-7699
http://www.broadwaypapers.com
nice selection of papers & tools


Hollanders
410 N. Fourth Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
734-741-7531
http://www.hollanders.com/
My favorite place ever! Incredible
site, great papers, tools, classes,
PVA, bookboard, bonefolders.


Paper Mojo
1-800-421-3818
http://www.papermojo.com
Terrific Papers, very helpful
people. Get on their mailing list!


Chiyogami/Specialty Paper LCI Co.
1-888-488-0120
http://www.lcipaper.com


The Paper Source
232 W. Chicago Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60610
312-337-0798
http://www.papersource.com

Several Chicago sites –many others  across the US.  Great stores, super website,online instructional videos, tools, papers, bookcloth,PVA, plus kits.


The Artists Guild
117 North 3rd Avenue
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
920-743-9900
Immediate gratification!!!
Extremely nice staff, good selection of papers, tools.


The Paper Studio
POB 11390
Tempe, Arizona 85284
480-557-5700
http://www.paperstudio.com/
Beautiful variety of papers, great blog, free online instructional videos, very accommodating.


Washi Accents
1224 Converse Drive NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
404-233-1846
http://www.washiaccents.com
Good variety of papers – some excellent links!


Scotch Quick Drying Tacky Glue is available online from Amazon, among others,also Walmart,Target

Cutting mats, tools, glues, etc are available from the normal sources, like Michaels, Walmart, Target.

Check out The Paint Box Gallery in Ephraim for supplies.  I have gotten great glue brushes there, as well as inexpensive scraps of mat board for embellishments, PVA, and more – very helpful and accommodating!  I love to shop local if I can!


Jerry’s Artarama
http://www.jerrysatarama.com/
Incredible source of tools and materials – great papers too! Especially if you can find one of their stores close to where you are!


For marbling supplies, paints, tools,paper:  Galen Berry        1-405-949-1239                                                                                            http://marbleart.us/MarblingSupplies.htm                                                                                                                                                             Reasonable prices, great tools, etc.,  Terrific website - very informative                                                                                                           If you have a chance to take a class from Galen Berry, run, don’t walk, to sign up


Colorway Arts

Claudia Squio has some wonderful tools for boxmaking and books.  She works mainly with fabric over board and has some lovely journals, and unusual boxes on her website.  Look for her cartonnage tool kit, complete with corner cutting tools and took case, plus her unusual and  original designs are a real inspiration  She sells kits as well as creating lessons online.  She also has a blog and an etsy shop.  This is one creative and interesting lady!

www.colorwayarts.com

www.colorwaycartonnage.blogspot.com

www.facebook.com/colorwayarts

www.colorwaysarts.etsy.com


Links to some of my favorite fabulous paper artists:

Karen Elaine Thomas 

http://www.karenelaine.com/

Her designs rock, her books and DVD are classics - the best written directions for origami I have seen, plus the most interesting creations.


Joan Michaels Paque

http://www.joanmichaels.paque.com/index.htm

Prepare to be dazzled and inspired - outstanding as an artist and an instructor.


Pat K. Thomas, Seen My Marbles

http://www.seenmymarbles.com/

Terrific website, blog, and keeps everyone up to date with her FaceBook page.  Great resource of information about marbling - a busy and kind lady!


Sue Zajac, Alaskan Artist and Marbler
Interesting website, marbling book for sale as well as cards and other works.
Sue marbles with watercolors, does lots of cool and interesting over marbling! 

Brilliant COLOR!

http://www.suezajacoriginals.com/

Two wonderful YouTube videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsR0tPUvhS0&feature=em-upload_owner#action=share

and

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKDiONucSyg


If you ever have a chance to take a class from Galen Berry, run, don’t walk, to sign up!


A Bit of Press . . . 

2013 Article in the Peninsula Pulse: Sharing a Passion for Paper

http://www.ppulse.com/Articles-Art-Features-c-2013-07-24-109637.114136-Sharing-a-Passion-for-Paper.html


https://doorcountypulse.com/an-ageless-art-form-nancy-akerly-and-paper-marbling/

2016: An Ageless Art Form: Nancy Akerly and Paper Marbling


http://www.rivernewsonline.com/main.asp?SectionID=9&SubSectionID=1054&ArticleID=61605

2015: Rhinelander School of the Arts, newspaper Article



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