1000 Woodcuts Updates

Another print sees the light! Liquid Glow

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Another print sees the light! Liquid Glow
warming light
liquid glow
a new dawn
For some reason this size paper inspires figures immersed in nature (often represented by a lone woman, go figure)

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October CRAZY2020 other updates

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October CRAZY2020 other updates

Greetings!   Update on Flower Wizard and other blocks Finished! The Wizard relief block in basswood, stained in light pigmented polyurethane. Staining is a bit of a risk because it is a very permanent process but I find "people like color" even if subtle. I like color. The block is about an inch and a half and some of the deepest mountains in the horizon go in about three quarters. All the details can be seen here: https://1000woodcuts.com/collections/original-woodblocks/products/flower-wizard-southwest-landscape-hand-carved-relief-original-woodblock-colored-satin-finish   My personal evolution on blocks I always wondered what printmakers do with their blocks but most just cancel them by scoring the front and stack them...

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Latest Studio Work and a Sale

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Latest Studio Work and a Sale
Studio news, another block gets done and a sale for Labor Day.

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Conversation With a Canyon II and more

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Conversation With a Canyon II and more
Progress on the Conversation With a Canyon series and making lemonade in the studio, well, not really, just adapting to life away from my beloved collectors. It's all good online!

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Lure Me In is finished and drying

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Lure Me In is finished and drying
Finished the first of two Conversation With a Canyon prints. Lure Me In is drying and Lead Me Out has begun carving (well, not by itself!). Hoping to finish in another couple of weeks, then, who knows...

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