About Meg Green, Book Artist
Some Odd Pages was founded by Book Artist Meg Green in 1996. Meg combines traditional binding methods with an innovative approach to materials and techniques. She’s developed and improved a number of unique creative bindings through experimentation, exploration and simply taking apart and reconstructing thousands of books since 1996. Commissions include artist collaborations, unique volumes, limited editions, commercial editions, repairs and reconstructions.
Meg holds Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Book Arts and Printmaking. She’s been teaching Book Arts and bookbinding since 1996 and her original works have exhibited and sold in Montreal, New York and London. She is the founder of Atelier Soleil, Centre for Book Arts in her native Montreal and Some Odd Pages in London, UK.
Meg currently accepts private students at the studio and is often approached to teach specific projects or skills at arts and heritage venues in the UK.
Meg Green featured online:
You can see Meg’s work online at
MCBA Prize, Featured Entry 2015
University of the West of England Centre for Fine Print Research
The Artist Book Yearbook, 2016 – 2017
City of London, Guildhall Library
UK Society of Bookbinders
McGill University Rare Books Library
Wikipedia Book Arts
Download Meg Green’s Artist CV
A Sense of Place
“A Sense of Place has been consistently central to my work. I am specifically interested in the psychogeography of place as an accumulation of cultural identity. I have created several artist’s books based on unique landscapes which embody the cultural heritage of a specific people.”
Recent works include:
- ‘Stazzo Chivoni’, 2014. Miniature fold-out book, 58mm tall. “Sardinia is ridiculously beautiful.”
- ‘The Stones of Porthmeor’, 2013. Miniature, 85mm tall, collection of drawings of the gigantic sea-tumbled stones of this hidden cove in Cornwall’s far western peninsula.
- ‘Cross-Rhodes’, 2012. Explores the multi-layered cultural history of Rhodes interwoven with incidental and situational notes, maps, drawings, ephemera. Highly eccentric travelogue.
- ‘Roma Proceno’, 2012. Artist’s book on the sculptural landscape of Rome and selected sites in the surrounding region.
- ‘Cyclades’, 2011. Fold-out watercolour abstraction of travels through the Greek Cyclades islands over three summers.
- ‘Chiusi A Posto’, 2011. Fold-out pictorial narrative the natural landscape along the Tuscan/Umbrian border;
- ‘Penwith Ergobooks’, 2009 – 2010. Suite of twelve sculptural Artist’s Books, inspired by the people and ancient landscape of Cornwall’s far western peninsula;
- ‘Dartmoor’, 2008. A fold-out sketch book illuminating the particular quality of Dartmoor’s open landscape during winter;
- ‘Tapisserie de Bayeux’, 2003. Complete continuous image of the Bayeux Tapestry; original Latin text, French and English translations, introductory essay.