Posted on September 8, 2021
I am pleased to announce that six of my documentary photographs of Jane Ingram Allen’s living quilt projects appeared in ARTnews. Here is the link to the article. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/artists/jane-ingram-allen-living-quilts-1234603170/
Posted on August 29, 2017
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Posted on March 3, 2016
Category: Jane Ingram Allen Projects, Photography, Portraits, Uncategorized Tagged: artist residency, artists, California, Cedar Center for the Arts, Handmade paper, helping, http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com, Jane Ingram Allen Project, Lancaster, Lancaster Eco-Quilt, making paper, MOAH, Paper making, Photography, students, Timothy S. Allen, together, WEAD, working, workshop, www.weadartist.org
Posted on February 28, 2016
Category: Handmade Paper, Jane Ingram Allen Projects, Portraits, Uncategorized Tagged: artist, artist residency, California, Cedar Center for the Arts, daughter, father, http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com, Jane Ingram Allen, Lancaster, MOAH, Paper making, Photography, Timothy S. Allen, WEAD, workshop, www.weadartists.org
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Jane Ingram Allen was selected as one of the artists in residence for Fall 2013 at Sitka Center for Art & Ecology in Otis, Oregon. Jane will be an artist in residence there from October 16, 2013 to January 10, 2014. The Sitka Center is located in the northwestern part of Oregon on the coast just above Lincoln City. It is a beautiful area, and Sitka Center is part of the Cascade Head National Scenic Research Area. They have wonderful studios and small cabins for the residents here. We are living amidst tall Sitka Spruce trees and also able to see the ocean where the Salmon River runs into the sea. There are many elk here we are told – we haven’t seen one up close yet but have seen a big herd of elk far up on the mountainside.
Jane is having a great time making her handmade paper art in the big and light-filled Boyden Studio at Sitka Center. This studio has great facilities for a papermaking with a huge bathtub sink, stove and lots of tables and also a high ceiling for her suspended installations. Jane is making paper for her artworks from plant materials collected in the Sitka area. Jane’s husband Timothy S. Allen is here with her at the Sitka residency, and he is enjoying taking photos of everything. For some really great photographs of the Sitka area and the Oregon coast (also some of Jane’s art projects!), take a look at Timothy S. Allen’s photo blog at https://allentimphotos2.wordpress.com
Posted on September 10, 2013
This photo shows a participant making handmade paper feathers. The handmade paper feathers will be used in Jane Ingram Allen’s public art project titled “For the Birds” sponsored by Gallery Route One, Point Reyes Station, California. The feathers have birdseeds to feed the birds in the pulp, and the feathers will decorate nests made from local branches also created by public participants and school children in the local school. The nests and feathers will be sited in the Commons and along Route 1 in Point Reyes Station. Join the public participation activities on Sept. 17 and 18 and on opening weekend Sept. 21 and 22. See the Gallery Route One website at http://www.galleryrouteone.org for more information.
Posted on September 9, 2013
This is a picture of Jane Ingram Allen’s hands as she is constructing a nest from olive branches in Point Reyes Station, California. The nest when finished will be dipped in handmade paper, and the paper pulp is made from local plant materials and has seeds to feed the birds in the pulp. The finished nest will be decorated with handmade paper feathers created with children in West Marin Elementary School. This nest and others created during Jane’s 3-week residency in Pt. Reyes will be used in a project “For the Birds” sponsored by Gallery Route One, Pt. Reyes Station, CA.
Posted on September 8, 2013
Shoe placed on the back window of a car to keep a newly made sheet of handmade paper from blowing away. Taken at a paper making class by Jane Ingram Allen near Inverness, CA
Posted on September 7, 2013
Student pealing bark from a olive tree branch in preparation for cooking and then making handmade paper. Course taught by Jane Ingram Allen.
Posted on July 27, 2013
I took this photo at Peters Valley Crafts Center where my wife, Jane Ingram Allen is teaching a class in sculptural paper making. I’m taking a photography class taught by Richard Ritter with a focus on composition. Although this was not part of an assignment I could not miss the opportunity of taking the photo with so many highlights.
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