Posts Tagged ‘window dressing’

Celebrating an Artist- Tammy Welshon

If you have wandered by Two Hands Paperie or come in for a visit during the holiday season you probably noticed the very colorful and enchanting window display. If not, there is a ship sailing in the air to a castle floating on a cloud, and a sleeping yellow moon all surrounded by shimmering paper […]

Jennifer Ghormley Installation: Behind the Scenes

At Two Hands Paperie, we are always excited about ways we can collaborate with artists and creative people.We recently collaborated with Denver Printmaker Jennifer Ghormley and got a sweet window out of the deal! Jennifer’s window installation is striking to look at, but it is even more lovely when you know the painstaking lengths she […]

Jennifer Ghormley – Paper, Color, & Light Community Art Event

Hosting artists at Two Hands Paperie is one of our favorite ways to bring you new ideas and expose some of the remarkable talent from within our community. Jennifer Ghormley is one of those artists. Though she has an MFA in printmaking, her interests and art creations vary from textile installations, introspective self-referential images, to lighthearted, […]

Spring Cherry Blossom Window

On Thursday, April 3rd staff, patrons, and friends of Two Hands Paperie gathered together to create a new spring display for the Pearl Street facing window. Participants folded and cut each and every flower. Then, flowers were dipped, dyed, or hand painted with several beautiful colors, all donated by Peerless Watercolors (which is one of […]

Visiting Artist Series: Bob Farmer

Boulder is teeming with incredible artists. At Two Hands, we have the pleasure of chatting with many of them that pass through our door, and we would like to introduce you to some of our favorites. In our brand new, Visiting Artist Series, we’re bringing some of these artists right into the store to work […]

1000 Cranes Have Landed

1000 cranes proudly hang in the window at Two Hands Paperie. The lovely display was made by the shop’s intern, Sydney Adams. Sydney spent 66 hours folding recycled paper from unusable catalogues and damaged books. Why cranes? Why 1000? Japanese legend honors the crane for its health and longevity of life. Cranes are fabled to […]