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PaperCity Houston March 2023

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H alle 5 offers more of Sabine Maes Ar t, addressing textiles and materiality in the Natural Collection. At Halle 6, home design and art reign. Make tracks to returning artisans Rick and Denise Pratt's Around the Bend handmade twig furniture. Pratt uses willow branches to create poetic tables, chairs, swings, and baskets. Also returning is Dallas-based textile maven Mili Suleman of Kufri, who says, "We're focusing on one-of-a-kind textiles you won't find elsewhere, including handwoven throws/blankets from Bhutan." More in Halle 6: Found Images, Devon Liedtke, Haley Bowen, Mamadou, and Bachman + Petrie. Don't forget the tents by the main pavilion, where you'll find returning hip haunt Nashville Makers with custom millinery by A. Botts Willis and an accomplished band of makers. Debuting in Round Top at a tented Halles space is Tesoros Trading Company out of Austin. The 34-year-old brand defined the Austin scene with its collectible global folk art and artisan-made crafts, always a must-stop on South Congress. Also making its tent debut is a purveyor whose name says it all. Bug in the Box unfurls natural-history insect taxidermy — perfect to jumpstart your own cabinet of curiosities. For the finale, bask in public art and cheeky performance as two Texas artists with impressive CVs bring wit and environmental awareness to The Halles. Encounter public art by Dual in the fields, courtesy Reeves Art + Design, including the underground street artist's live painting performance. Catch Contemporary Arts Museum Houston-exhibited Thedra Cullar-Ledford's action painting presented by Heidi Vaughan Fine Art in the Main Pavilion. HALLES JENNY ANTILL CLIFTON Kufri's Mili Suleman Rick Pratt, Around the Bend willow furniture Tesoros Trading Company's Kisla Jimenez and Jonathan Williams Hollis Smith, Grace Mitchell Brian Patrick Flynn Kate Swail, Lele Sadoughi (Continued from page 106) Sabine Maes Art 108

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