Tuesday, March 02, 2010

First white-line woodblock prints

Complications prevented me from taking the printing workshop with Paul Yank in Cedarburg,
so now's time to give white-line woodblock printing another go.

whiteline print, Pond, print 1 whiteline print, Pond, print 2
6"x11", cut into Shina Plywood, printed on Kizuki Hanga (left), Nishinouchi (right), with watercolors.



4.5"x7" the Patron Saint of Shrews
LEFT: Print #1, on Kizuki Hanga (sold) RIGHT: Print #2, on Gampi (showing at WomanMadeGallery, July 9-August 26, 2010)
This is the one I just completed. I have to photograph the print, scanning just isn't working.
At least you can see where it's going.
Electric Company, print #1....Printed on Kizuki Hanga paper.

SOUP is about the same size as the Patron SaintThis is print #1.

This is MeMe...2.25"x7" image on Gampi small experiment...needed to try something.7.5"x8.5" ..... Bird Dog...print#1

7 comments:

Ellen Shipley said...

I love these! I think white line prints are dynamic. I've tried to mimic the effect with multiple colors at once, the cheater way, but it never looks quite the same.

You are really ambitious.

Daniel L. Dew said...

Sweet, these are so cool looking. I love them!

Annie B said...

Terrific! Are you sure you haven't done this before? You're a natural. All three of these prints are just lovely.

lk said...

Thanks, so much.
Annie, I gave it a try a while ago...but, it didn't do anything fo me. Things change, I'm at it again.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Wow, very dynamic.

Belinda Del Pesco said...

I so love these! They are wonderfully rich, expressive and so wonderful to look at. Your colors, composition and whimsy... it's just all so good. Thanks for posting the process shots.

Brad Michael Moore said...

This is really cool stuff, Linda - you have a Midas Touch! - BradMM