Katharine Lark DeLamater’s handmade paper work incorporates drawings of personal domestic spaces, architectural dissections, and explores the intersection of conflicting truths. She is particularly interested in combining paper and printmaking techniques, Japanese papermaking, and natural dye applications. DeLamater graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Studio Arts from Mount Holyoke College in May 2015 where she studied with Tatiana Ginsberg and Rie Hachiyanagi. She is now based in Madison, Wisconsin.
- Selected for the Arts and Literature Laboratory CSArt portfolio
- Collaboration with artist Melissa Jay Craig for the Handpapermaking Intergenerationality portfolio.
- “You Can’t Take it With You” curated by Erica Hess (Commonwealth Gallery)