Denise D. Price
Denise D. Price is a self-taught paper engineer and illustrator and loves paper. She was introduced to the paper arts over twenty years ago during the first year the Clayton College for Boys opened to girls. She attended, by invitation and scholarship, a summer arts intensive. It was at that Institute that her passion for the arts was stoked and has burned ever since. She holds an MBA in International Business and is a chronic entrepreneur. In her free time, she has trained in paper arts with some of the finest traveling pop-up professors in the world at the historic Bennett Street School in Boston and Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Much of what makes its way onto Denise’s pages are influenced by her global travels. Having seen twenty countries on five continents, her art is a combination of ephemera, design and artistic expression and echoes images and experiences from her travels. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts where she daydreams of her home at the base of the Rocky Mountains and how to make paper into things that delight and transport the viewer to a parallel plane of the same universe. Denise’s debut printed creation is the Freedom Trail Pop Up Book of Boston published by White Dharma and is Boston’s first pop up book.
Emma Scott has studied many forms of art including jewelry and metal works, printmaking, painting and drawing, ceramics, life drawing, clothing design& construction, manipulating glass, and mixed media sculpture.
She has studied and had her work displayed at Massachusetts College of Art and Design as well as Pratt Institute in New York. She is also a strong supporter of mail art and all artists. Now an art student attending Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Emma is immersed in Art.
Ms. Scott was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts and though she resides in Lexington, her roots have remained strong in Cambridge and Boston. Supporting her community, her fellow artists as well as nourishing her own passions, art is what Emma lives to do. She thrives on new experiences and creativity.