About Us

Carriage House Paper, located in Williamsburg - Brooklyn New York, houses our showroom for handmade paper, papermaking supplies and equipment, and is our teaching and papermaking facility.  Additionally, the International Paper Museum is located in the adjacent space and features exciting displays of traditional papermaking from remote parts of the world.

We encourage papermakers and artists to visit our paper studio, paper showroom, and museum exhibition (by appointment only).
We are open Monday through Friday, from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm (EST).  Supplies may also be picked up here during our regular business hours, but please telephone first: 718-599-7857

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Donna Koretsky,

co-founder and owner of Carriage House Paper; BA in Art, University of California/Santa Cruz. Donna has done field research in papermaking techniques in Japan, Korea, Nepal, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and throughout Europe. She is also the director of the International Paper Museum.  Her sculptural works have been exhibited internationally, and are in many private collections.


 

 

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Shannon Brock,

Art Director of Carriage House Paper; BFA, Kansas City Art Institute, papermaker and artist.  She has taught papermaking throughout the US.  Her pulp paintings and sculptural work is exhibited nationally and internationally.  Shannon has served on the Board of Directors for Friends of Dard Hunter, Hand Papermaking Magazine and is a member of the pulp painting group Pulparazzi.


 

 

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Szilvia Revesz,

assistant at Carriage House Paper, artist and teacher. Szilvia has been pushing the parameters of marbling for many years, using handmade paper as well as other paper alternatives.


 

 

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Elaine Koretsky,

Co-founder of Carriage House; A.B., Cornell University, she is staff member emeritus. Elaine is the author or editor of six books and numerous articles dealing with technical or historical aspects of papermaking and has produced 17 films. She has been involved in field research in traditional papermaking throughout the world.