Journal 7 - Fourdrinier

The first successful paper making machine was built in 1803. Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier were the brothers who financially supported the creation of the machine, which was named 'Fourdrinier' after them. This book is also named after the Fourdrinier brothers, and today most paper is still made on a fourdrinier machine.


Ken Avidor

St Paul, Minnesota

Title: Fourdrinier
Medium: Ink, Watercolor, Colored Pencil

Illustrator, cartoonist, sketch artist, bicyclist.

Andy Singer

Saint Paul, Minnesota

Title: Illegal Aliens
Medium: Pens and Inks

Andy Singer's cartoons and illustrations have been published in books, magazines, newspapers and websites all over the world.

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Liz Carlson

St Paul, Minnesota

Title: Common Loon
Medium: Watercolor and ink

I'm an artist living and working in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

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Angela Spencer

St Paul, Minnesota

Title: Flower Girl
Medium: Ink, watercolor pencil and collage

Angela Spencer lives and works in St Paul. She is interested in the simple expression of line and color to interpret beautiful things.

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Lisa Greenly

St Paul, Minnesota

Title: Diagram of DIY travel kit
Medium: 2 page Watercolor spread

I usually work on several bodies of work concurrently, often times combining themes or media between them. I frequently rework an image in several forms to explore new ways to view a concept.

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