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August 19, 2019
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A Printmaker Finds that Sometimes, The Best Paper Grows on Trees
by Beth C. Aplin (beth@brooklyneagle.net), published online 05-02-2008

Baker Prints on Leaves Found In Streets, Parks of Brooklyn

By Beth C. Aplin
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

PROSPECT PARK – It all began about seven months ago on a crisp fall day. Jessica Baker, a Brooklyn resident for the past 15 years and a printmaker by training, was walking along a leaf-strewn street. She bent over, picked one up and thought, “I wonder what would happen if I printed on a leaf?”

The result is “Leaf and Circle,” an exhibition of approximately 20 works that give new life to fallen leaves gathered on {read more...}




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