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Paper Artist Lia Griffith


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Even as a young girl, Lia Griffith found incredible potential in paper, making tiny, three-dimensional dolls from tissue and glue. Since then, she has experimented with various forms of fashion, including costuming plays and designing a full line of children’s clothing. Her paper dresses are colorful party attire, held together with lots of glue.

First Broadcast: 2008
Producer: KC Cowan

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A fusion of fashion, graphic design, three dimensional paper art and a celebration of the feminine.

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Paper Artist Lia Griffith; Flamenco Guitarist Toshi Onizuka; Painter Henk Pander (916)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #916
Original Broadcast: January 17, 2008