"Everybody in the hand papermaking community knows about Twinrocker," said Tom Bannister, executive director of the not-for-profit organization, Handpapermaking Inc., which publishes a magazine, newsletter, blog and artist registry dedicated to hand papermaking. "Theirs was the first viable mill in the hand papermaking renaissance that started in '60s and '70s, the first to make a go of it."
Bannister said that Kathryn and Howard Clark were the perfect team. "Between the two of them they had to figure out and rediscover how a hand mill paper operation operated," Bannister said. "Howie had to design equipment and Kathryn had to meet with artists using the paper to discover what they needed."
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