Back in college, when I was doing the Olympic College Ranger shuffle, my offices were past the art gallery. I always thought I was the luckiest person on campus. I saw all the exhibits. I met all the artists.
One artist that stuck out in my mind was a student with a paper sculpting exhibit. Her work was delicately colored in varying muted shades. The textures she used made the exhibit even better.
But wait! All that paper she used for her sculptures she made herself. The paper she used for the most part was recycled. That fact alone made her exhibit one of the best I’ve ever seen.
This is from a recent letter I received from someone who barely knows me asking me to vote for someone I definitely don’t know. But look at the weave on this paper. It’s a nice mid weight cotton/linen blend. We all fancy schmancy up in here as democrats I guess.
Lookie at the watermark!! Heavens!! Are we taught about paper weight or quality or even watermarks in school anymore? Are these things that matter to your average democrat precinct committee officer residing in Kitsap County who is plain fed up with WHAT YOU THINK about the county commissioner appointment? Oh who cares! I’m just a girl who nerds out about weird things like paper. Carry on.