Ingrid Butler, a Sausalito Bay Area artist, has been active in the art community for thirty years. Moth Marblers is her business were she designs one of a kind marbled and decorative papers for book binders, collage artists, card designers, jewelry makers, and any one that needs traditional or modern papers for their project.
Ingrid is multifaceted, She not only decorates paper but also uses her papers in 3D installations which pop off the wall or hang from the ceiling. Butler also uses her papers in mixed media collages.
Recently, she has begun making art books with her paper samples from the past twenty-five years. Houghton Library at Harvard University has just acquired several sheets of her paper as well as one of her books, Twenty-five Years of Marbled and Decorative Papers.
Butler is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. She has dedicated her life to bringing beauty and good design into the world.3D, card designers, collage artists, decorative papers, Ingrid Butler, jewelry makers, Marbler, Rhode Island School of Design, Sausalito, Twenty-five Years of Marbled and Decorative Papers, Valentine's Day