Rosalind Nzinga Nichol

We’re pausing our virtual tour this week to showcase some of the artists whose work will be featured in our December trunk show. On Monday, we showed you Dianne Ayres’ textile art, today we’re talking about Rosalind Nzinga Nichol’s works.

Rosalind Nzinga Nichol describes her work:

I am a mixed media artist, papermaker and teacher. I began work as an illustrator before developing an interest in mixed media painting and papier-mache sculptures while working a muralist for about twenty years. Since 2000 I have also become a papermaker. Currently my work is focused on combining painting with papermaking as a single medium. I love introducing new students to the ancient art of papermaking. There is a special spiritual quality about this artform that transcends skill sets and allows anyone the opportunity to explore their inner creativity. I make my art and one-of-a-kind stationery products using vintage textiles as inclusions and teach papermaking from my studio in Orange and throughout Northern New Jersey.

For more information, visit her website at or her blog.

Watch this space for more of our trunk show’s artists and artwork!

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