Yellow – Red – White – Blue – Green


color paper pulp drying

Saving paper pulp by drying it on a window screen.

3 Comments on “Yellow – Red – White – Blue – Green

    • Of course. When we are near the end of a paper making project we generally clean and dry the pulp that is used in making paper. This project of making handmade paper prayer flags required the use of colored pulp. Most of the small pieces represent the various colors of paper mulberry bark mixed in with some local plants – pineapple leaves, sugar cane leaves and eucalyptus bark. I’ll post a photo of the installation of that will take place today. I’ll be pleased to add to this information if you would like more.
      You can find out more about Jane Ingram Allen and her projects at http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com
      Thanks for your interest.

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