The Portland Paper Project

<b>Tanja Kunz</b>, <i>Interleave</i> (detail), Pen and ink
Tanja Kunz, Interleave (detail), Pen and ink

<b>Rebecca FitzPatrick</b>, <i>Dona Ducket</i>, cut paper
Rebecca FitzPatrick, Dona Ducket, cut paper

<b>Peter Precourt</b>, <i>Ferris Wheel</i>, sumi-e ink on paper, 44 x 60 in., 2008
Peter Precourt, Ferris Wheel, sumi-e ink on paper, 44 x 60 in., 2008

<b>Justin Richel</b>, <i>Much Smoke Little Fire</i>, gouache on paper
Justin Richel, Much Smoke Little Fire, gouache on paper

<b>Dan Welden</b>, <i>Sheepwalk</i>, vitreseraph
Dan Welden, Sheepwalk, vitreseraph

The Portland Paper Project is an ongoing collection of works on paper stored in the flat files at Whitney Art Works. The works are available for viewing and purchase by the general public, and periodically guest curators are invited to select works from the files and organize a small exhibition in the Viewing Room. Through the inclusion of drawings, prints, collage and photography, the goal of the Portland Paper Project is to make works on paper more accessible to artists, curators, collectors and the public.
To view works in the project vist The Portland Paper Project catalog

Artists currently participating in the Portland Paper Project include:

Karen Adrienne

Judith Allen

Jeff Badger

Melinda Barnes

Lucinda Bliss

Nick Colen

Pat Corrigan

Jenna Crowder

Robert Diamante

Rebecca FitzPatrick

Taylor Franklin

Clint Fulkerson

Margery Gosnell

Richard Keen

John Knight

Anne Krinsky

Tanja Kunz

Martha Miller


Bennett Morris

Yeshe Parks

Peter Precourt

Wendy Prellwitz

Deborah Randall

Justin Richel

Lauren Simone

Aaron T Stephan

Christopher Michael Sullivan

Michael Torlen

Ling-Wen Tsai

Dan Welden

Henry Wolyniec

To have your work considered for inclusion in the collection, please send an email with up to five image files in .jpg format, or links to specific web pages that include images of the work you are submitting, to or

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