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Maria G. Pisano
Memory Press
Plainsboro, NJ

Maria  G.  Pisano   is an Artist Member of The Center for Book Arts.

MARIA G. PISANO is a book artist and proprietor of Memory Press. She gives workshops and lectures on all aspects of the book arts and conservation. She has been continuously involved in curating and designing exhibits. She has exhibited widely and her works are in major collections here and abroad.


Maria G.  Pisano's work was exhibited in
2003 Instructors' Exhibition
(2001) Handmade paper with watermark letters design; abaca fiber; accordion book in a case binding
Coptic and Collage: Ancient Technique, Modern Application
 a survey of contemporary implementations of one of the first binding structures
Silent Running
(1995) Wood, dyed linen thread.
Economy of Space
 Book Arts under four inches
Sedia a Sdraio
(1991) Paper cube with folding pages, using relief prints, collage and monoprints.
Celebrating 15 Years
 new works by Artist Members
Memories Revisited
(1988) Handmade paper, photographs, collage elements (lace, thread, ribbon, etc.) etching, relief
Center for Book Arts: The First Decade
 an exhibition at The New York Public Library
(1983) Etching, relief, embossing; handmade paper.
For Members Only
 small scale book art exhibitions

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