MATTED mounted flush 20x28 Original Woodcut Print Surreal Canyon Male Figures Ink and Paper

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MATTED mounted flush 20x28 Original Woodcut Print Surreal Canyon Male Figures Ink and Paper

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Handmade

Materials

cherry woodblock, printmaking paper, oil based inks, hand carved and hand printed by the artist, etching press, pigment, handmade, handmade paper, black ink, umber, Japanese paper, brayer, roller

Dimensions

Height: 20 Inches; Width: 28 Inches

MATTED mounted flush on 20x28 backing

Ink and Paper
Classic Model Poses in Natural Settings

Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist
Designed, cut and hand-printed by the artist

Ink and Paper
Woodcut edition 24
18" x 22" paper size

Block: Cherrywood
Ink: Black
Paper: Handmade pink clay paper, very textured and thick

ALL MATERIALS ARCHIVAL QUALITY AND PERMANENT

Image: Classic struggle between ink and paper for the printmaking artist. One figure is pouring the ink out of a vessel while another in the background "pours" the clay paper. When cutting wood, often it seems as if what we cut and what we leave are being indeed poured out of the wood carving chisels.

Process: Woodcuts are made by drawing an image on a block of wood, usually cherry in my case, then carving out the negative spaces. After carving, what is left is a big "stamp" of the desired image. I roll ink with a roller over the woodcut, place a piece of handmade paper on the inked block, apply pressure and transfer the image on the paper.
MATTED mounted flush on 20x28 backing

Ink and Paper
Classic Model Poses in Natural Settings

Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist
Designed, cut and hand-printed by the artist

Ink and Paper
Woodcut edition 24
18" x 22" paper size

Block: Cherrywood
Ink: Black
Paper: Handmade pink clay paper, very textured and thick

ALL MATERIALS ARCHIVAL QUALITY AND PERMANENT

Image: Classic struggle between ink and paper for the printmaking artist. One figure is pouring the ink out of a vessel while another in the background "pours" the clay paper. When cutting wood, often it seems as if what we cut and what we leave are being indeed poured out of the wood carving chisels.

Process: Woodcuts are made by drawing an image on a block of wood, usually cherry in my case, then carving out the negative spaces. After carving, what is left is a big "stamp" of the desired image. I roll ink with a roller over the woodcut, place a piece of handmade paper on the inked block, apply pressure and transfer the image on the paper.

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