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Until the early 1990's I practiced the eye-hand coordination required to draw and paint visually (paint what you see). Then I became intensely curious about how image was communicated through the marks I made. I began employing automated procedures and, eventually, electromechanical tools, many of my own design and construction. I continue to be fascinated by marks and mark-making, pattern,...
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Welcome to my gallery and print studio Creating art invites me to slow down and pay attention to what is right in front of me. I feel wonder and joy seeing so many shades of blue in the sky, the ecstatic red lehua flowers wilting to muddy brown on their way to seed and the darting tongue of a honeybee collecting nectar. My purpose is to share with you atmosphere, colors, textures, and yes, even...
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I was a painter for over 30 years, and in 2007 took a workshop in Moku Hanga, Japanese watercolor woodblock printmaking, and fell in love with all parts of the process. Following two years of practice, color woodblock printmaking gradually replaced painting as my primary medium. The process is...
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An increasingly popular yet age-old art form, Japanese woodblock printing (mokuhanga) is embraced for its non-toxic character, use of handmade materials, and easy integration with other printmaking techniques. In this comprehensive guide, artist and printmaker April Vollmer–one of the best known...
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Printmaking Studio, Athens, Georgia, workshops, fine art prints, hand-printed home goods, screenprinting, woodblock prints, linoleum block, Double Dutch Press. You have no products in your Frontpage collection. This placeholder will appear until you add a product to this collection. Add a...
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Mary Brodbeck’s nature based woodblock prints are celebrated for their calm aesthetic and Zen-like qualities. Through compositions of color, texture and pattern, Mary voices an intriguing narrative – transporting viewers to places where imaginations can live and thrive. “Affected by my travel and study in Japan, notably by visiting traditional Japanese gardens, my landscape prints are carefully...
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Artist Geoff Slater is best known for his line paintings -- images that are created using one continuous line that never touches or crosses iteself. Geoff is a New Brunswick artist who lives near the resort town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea. He is best known for his line paintings -- images that are created using one continuous line. He also creates traditional images using watercolour and...
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From screen printing with Indigenous Australians in the remote Tiwi islands to woodblock printing with an eye over the Venetian laguna, Lucinda is drawn to a process that is hands-on and low-tech. The printing technique which she continues to develop merges elements of both Eastern and Western woodblock printing traditions. Lucinda Tanner is an Australian/Swiss printmaker currently living in...
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This page is the main entry to the collection of websites owned by woodblock printmaker David Bull. You will find illustrations of the prints, newsletters, and information on printmaking techniques. Chibi Heroes / Portraits / Henry Manga The summer of 2012 saw an astonishing upheaval in life here at woodblock.com After nearly a quarter century of focussing my work almost exclusively on...
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The Wood Engravers' Network group pursues communication, encouragement, and education in this historic, yet contemporary relief medium. Wood engraving is a relief printmaking process like stamps, woodcuts and linoleum cuts. The raised, uncut surface receives ink and prints directly on paper. Wood engraving is a subtractive technique where tools called burins, remove the fibers from the...
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Woodblock printmaking has a history going back hundreds of years in the West — Europe and the Americas. The East has a long history with woodblock prints too — especially Japan and China. My prints fall mostly in the Western tradition, with some crossover to the Eastern tradition in some of them. Woodblockart.com is in a brief remodeling mode. Please check back again soon - we are very close to...
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