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- American Museum of Papermaking
- Combat Paper Project: Through
papermaking workshops, veterans use their uniforms worn in service to
create works of art. The uniforms are cut up, beaten into a pulp and
formed into sheets of paper. Participants use the transformative process
of papermaking to reclaim their uniforms as art and express their experiences
with the military.
- Castle Paper
- Cave Paper Handmade Paper:
Production handmade paper mill.
- Dieu Donne Papermill: Fine
- Dieter Freyer Büttenpapiere:
An internet guide to the world of handmade papers. In German and English.
- The Fiber Wire: A meeting place
for paper enthusiasts from every corner of interest, be it science or
art, industry or history.
- See also Natural
Dyes and Papermaking, documenting the methods used to acheive
each color and included information on the dye plants obtained from
Maiwa. It is accessible in PDF format by clicking the title page
image at the bottom of that page.
- Friends of Dard Hunter:
Friends of Dard Hunter is an organization for hand papermakers and anyone
with a passion for paper. Since 1981 we have been connecting and educating
papermakers in America and all over the world.
- Griffen Mill Handmade
Papers: The Mill specialises in making fine quality,handmade paper
in subtle tones. The papers are made from natural fibers such as cotton
& hemp and are archival in quality.
- Hands on Paper- Gail Stiffe:
Papermaking instructions, workshops (in Australia), and artists books.
- Hand Papermaking Home Page:
A non-profit organization dedicated to advancing traditional and contemporary
ideas in the art of hand papermaking through publications and other
- See also their articles
for novice papermakers were first published in the popular "For
Beginners" column of Hand Papermaking Newsletter.
- Helen Hiebert Design:
The artist (author of Papermaking with Plants), a hand papermaker
pierces, cuts, layers, weaves and watermarks her handmade papers to
produce creative lighting objects which explore the interaction of paper
Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists (IAPMA): the world
leading organisation for paper artists. It was founded in 1986 in Düren,
Germany, when paper as an art medium was far less well-known than it
is today. While paper history and production are one facet of the Association's
activities, the central focus is paper role as art form and as a contemporary
of Paper: About paper, paper study, and paper history. It provides
various resources in the following areas: historical research of paper
in Europe, expertise for paper documents, measurement of structural
characteristics of paper, support for the creation of new paper databases,
introduction into digital paper studies.
At Penland in Penland, NC.
- Papermaking: "Yahoo Group" list
for papermaking. Low traffic with online archive.
- Paper Trails: Handmade
paper & specialty printing by Roberta Lavadour / Mission Creek Press.
- Paper University: Paper
U covers paper, papermaking, history of paper, paper arts and crafts,
and much more. Put up by TAPPI.
- Papermakers of Victoria (Australia):
Formed in January 1989 by people, whose common bond was a love and understanding
of paper as a medium in its own right. The purpose of the group is to
provide mutual support for hand papermakers through the exchange of
ideas and information, discussion and demonstrations.
- The Prairie Paper Project,
Douglas W. Jones, University of Iowa. A how to on making paper from
- Seastone Papers
- Treewhisperers: We are
collaborating on an installation about life's symbol and resource: The
Tree. We invite you to participate with us in several ways.
of Iowa Center for the Book Handmade Paper