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Karen Baldner
Bloomington, IN


Karen  Baldner   is an Artist Member of The Center for Book Arts.


www.karenbaldner.com

Karen  Baldner's work was exhibited in
Racism: An American Family Value
 Organized by: Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr., Artist, Teacher, and Independent Curator; and Alexander Campos, Executive Director of The Center for Book Arts.
Mix & Match
(2000) Ink drawing
Karen Baldner: Witnesses
 Featured Artist Project organized by Alexander Campos
Fat Little Book or The Plight of Plenty
(2003) Handmade paper sewn onto double raised cords with wooden boards, text: hand stamped, stenciled, images: lithography
German/Jew
(2004) Book structure; handmade paper casts with stenciled text and embedded twin
Heart
(2003) Pigmented handmade paper with text stencils, letterpress printed from polymer plates, image: lithography
Heimat
(2005) girdle book, handmade paper w/ embedded maps, wire, horse hair sewn into raised cords; wooden boards covered with leather; text: stamped/stenciled; images: lithography
Homo Sapiens Sapiens
(2003) Piano hinge binding, pigmented handmade paper with stenciled text and embedded human hair
Human Traces
(1990) Pamphlet binding with horse hair and quill, handmade linen paper, pencil
Intimacy
(2004) Pigmented handmade paper with text stencil, letterpress printed from hand-set lead type and polymer plates
Mix & Match
(2000) Ink drawing
Obituaries/Nachrufe
(2004) Collaboration with Bjorn Krondorfer, french door binding, acrylic, mirror, handmade paper, cloth, horse hair, wire, sand, text: trasnfers, images: digital
Open My/Your Wound
(2007) Maze book, digital image and text, slip case, wrap-around cover, handmade paper,
Pax Omnibus Res
(2002) Pamphlet binding with horse hair and quill, handmade acaba paper, pencil, ink, wash
Pushmepullyou
(2007) Collaboration with Bjorn Krondorfer, piano hinge binding with horse hair, pigmented, shaped handmade paper, text: hand stampe, stencil, transfers, digital, images: digital, linocuts
Stacks
(2004) Pigmented handmade paper with text stencil, letterpress printed from polymer plates, image: lithography
Celebrating Artist Members: 30th Anniversary Members Exhibition
 Organized by Roni Gross, Artist.
Open
(2005) Handmade paper, bleached and pigmented abaca with stenciled text/image printed from polymer plates
2002 Artist Members' Juried Exhibition
One-Liner
(2000) pamphlet binding in drop box, handmade jute paper, pencil

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