Tatiana Ginsberg creates drawings, prints, artist’s books, installations and most of her own paper, which is extremely important to her in her work. She has also studied natural dyeing in Japan under a Fulbright grant. In recent years, she has come back to drawing in indirect ways such as drawing shadows or on limestone for lithographs. Printmaking has shaped the way she constructs images since college and has often found its way into her installations and artist’s books. In addition to teaching printmaking and drawing, she teaches workshops on making Japanese-style paper and natural dyeing processes. Previous workshops have been taught at Women’s Studio Workshop, Center for Book Arts, NES artist’s residency, Morgan Conservatory and the Mill Paper and Book Arts Center. Colors, smells, materials and a pace of the time-intensive process continue to inspire her.