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The Julia Gallery of Papertowel Art


We are lucky to have Julia working as one of our Studio Assistants. In our studio that means she, along with Song our other Studio Assistant, stretches, paints, washes and irons fabrics; inspects, presses and packs the finished garments. And she sorts scraps and takes out the trash. A few months ago I noticed a number of papertowel sheets hanging to dry and realized that when there was a spill to be wiped up, Julia didn't just wipe it up. She used her creativity and skill as an artist to fold and refold the papertowel with each spill until there was art. Now we have hung those pieces on the wall along the painting table to brighten out space.



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