Mary Maynor


Mary Randolph has been a papermaker for almost twenty years, during which she studied many areas of Western and Japanese papermaking.  The paper led her into related arts of printmaking, letterpress and bookbinding, studying at the San Antonio Art Institute, Flatbed Press and the Southwest School of Art.  


She utilizes her paper in miniature artist books that are often embellished with polymer and precious metal clays.  
Randolph has been applying wax to strengthen paper and batik paper for many years. She creates encaustic paintings as both a backdrop and a home for her books. 

Her latest work has begun to take the language of the book even further into new sculptural forms.
Mary Randolph
Mary Maynor