I make woodcut-prints.
Subjects are things, animals, landscapes that are
important for me.
Or that I find interesting and of wich I want to understand
the form better.
I start with making drawings from my subject. It is
fascinating to see the lines change into printed lines
during the process.
- Delaware, USA
I'm a visual artist who, inspired by an awesome printmaking
instructor in art college, only started dabbling in
linocut and silkscreen, favoring lithography and experimenting
with drypoint within the past two years. Most of my
work is usually designed 50% by hand and %50 by computer,
but 100% pulled by hand because I love making a mess.
- California, USA
I approach printing a Serigraph (screenprint) like
solving a puzzle. I first work out my subject matter
and format. Then I proceed solving the puzzles presented
responding to the effects that happen as I print one
stencil over another. I average approximately 15 stencils
- Manitoba, Canada
I make primarily black and white woodcut prints, using
oil-based inks. For the past 5 years my subjects have
been based on zoomed digital images. While I've worked
with photo and computer-based media for many years,
I've been making woodcuts almost continuously since