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Sally Rose

Sally’s art practice is fueled by process-oriented experiments with materials and sculptural form. Making paper by hand allows for her to work directly with plants and to satisfy a penchant for observing and collecting natural objects. Specific plants are cooked, beaten to a pulp, manipulated, and dried which transforms them into paper—both two-dimensional and three-dimensional. Colors, textures, and biomorphic forms turn the experimental artifacts into artifictions to question.