Artist, dyer, and papermaker Tatiana Ginsberg studied at the University of Iowa Center for the Book and spent two years in Japan on a Fulbright research grant, investigating naturally dyed Japanese papers, before completing her MFA at UC Santa Barbara, where she later taught papermaking, printmaking, and book arts. Incorporating drawing, stitching, book structures, print, and sculptural forms, her work integrates traditional skills with contemporary techniques. She currently teaches as a visiting artist at Mount Holyoke College, and exhibits nationally and internationally.


             

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Tatiana Ginsberg,
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Tatiana Ginsberg,
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