Paul Plumadore’s long creative life includes dancing with The Paul Taylor Dance Company; teaching at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts; illustrating for The New York Times, RCA Records, Dell and Avon Books; and being an antiques impresario at Center44 in midtown Manhattan. He now devotes his time to writing verse and creating hand cut paper montage. His many show venues include The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance in Narrowsburg, NY; The Spa at Woodloch in Hawley, PA; Ceres Gallery in Chelsea, NY; and The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg, PA. He is the author and illustrator of several books including the fairy tale “Unthinkable” and the off-beat alphabet “Anomalies” (both available on Amazon) as well as being a curator of The Great Wall of Honesdale, a public art project of epic proportions, with partner Jim Tindell. They live and garden in Milanville, PA.
“My art is created with scalpels, acid-free glues, and (mostly) antique printed matter. It is best described as “analog” as I don’t utilize a computer. Once a piece is finished, I often scan it to create archival giclee prints. Visit my online gallery at“