Mia Pearlman: Capturing Ephemera

Ruyak, Jacqueline
October 2009
Surface Design Journal;Fall2009, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p42
Trade Publication
The article discusses the art works of paper artist Mia Pearlman of New York. It states that she started paper art when she and her husband rented a house and a studio in Woodstock and found that her tacked collages on the wall were bending forward three-dimensionally into space. Pearlman thinks her work is a lot about chance and control just like clouds which are visible and have destructive power.


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