Kimberly Wood loves paper. She started by importing exotic paper to Minnesota 25 years ago, then decided she wanted to make her own paper and thus express her creativity though this channel. Kimberly took classes at the University, studied paper-making, sculpture, binding and making vessels. She quickly rose up in the arts scene and became an artist in residence of the Minnesota Arts Council. I met with her one warm, sunny afternoon at her house, where she gave me the best welcome and showed me the process of making the paper and how she is developing new concepts and techniques…
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