Dr Ludwig Mohr

Address1205 W 135 th Street
CityGardena
State/ProvinceCA
Postal Code90247
CountryUSA
Phone Number310.217.400
E-mail Addresstypenut@gmail.com
WebsiteKrauseintaglio.com

First interest in hand papermaking process: 0

First piece of handmade paper: 1982

First handmade paper artwork: 0

Beginning of active practice: 0

Dr Ludwig's Work in Hand Papermaking:

  1. Artist who uses handmade paper for book arts
  2. Collector
  3. Educator or researcher who lectures about hand papermaking
  4. Writer on topics related to hand papermaking
  5. Other : Researcher who is interested in all aspects of Hand Paper making

Dr Ludwig's Introduction to Hand Papermaking:

  1. Apprenticeship

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Countries where Dr Ludwig's studied:

  1. Japan : Seiki Kikuchi, Ichibee Iwano
    1. other : Apprenticed
  2. France : Richard the Bas
    1. visit to mill or artist studio
  3. GB : Barcham Green
    1. visit to mill or artist studio
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Raw materials used by Dr Ludwig in Hand Papermaking:

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Chemicals used by Dr Ludwig for cooking fibers in Hand Papermaking:

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Tools and methods used by Dr Ludwig for beating in Hand Papermaking:

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Style of sheet forming used by Dr Ludwig in Hand Papermaking:

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Years teaching hand papermaking: null

Teaching formats used by Dr Ludwig:

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Dr Ludwig's Income Contribution from Hand Papermaking:

  1. none

Narrative:

I'm not a working or profesional papermaker, I spend extensive Time in Japan as an Apprentice to understand Washi and also became proficient in other skills. My research over time allowed me to spend time at every paper mill working in the greater Realm of Europe over a decade and a half. I collect hand made paper and decorated papers, I use them in my work printing books and printmaking. For my Dr. in Bookhistory undstanding how paper was made in western and asian application allowed me to understand how the early books were made and the preference for asian papers in early printmakers.

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