Handmade paper artist Martha Starke doesn’t paint on paper. She creates the paper as she paints. Using recycled paper that is blended with water to make a pulp, she thins the consistency of the paper pulp until she is able to spread it onto a screen. The water drips through the screen, and the pulp clings to the top, forming a piece of paper. It is pressed and dried, then framed. New to the market is this set of three pulp paintings, framed in blue frames and measuring about 5 x 5 inches each.