Original Woodcut Handmade Paper Classic Couple Dancing Waltz Energy Swirls LE
Original Woodcut Handmade Paper Classic Couple Dancing Waltz Energy Swirls LE
Original Woodcut Handmade Paper Classic Couple Dancing Waltz Energy Swirls LE
Original Woodcut Handmade Paper Classic Couple Dancing Waltz Energy Swirls LE
Original Woodcut Handmade Paper Classic Couple Dancing Waltz Energy Swirls LE
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"Dance With Me"
Original Limited Edition Woodcut
Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist
In pristine/never framed condition (sold unmatted/unframed)
Designed, cut and hand-printed by the artist
ALL MATERIALS ARCHIVAL QUALITY AND PERMANENT

Dance With Me
Woodcut
6" x 4"
Edition 200

Block: Cherry
Ink: Black
Paper: Daphne, hand-made in Nepal, heavily deckled
Process: Standard woodcut
Image: A larger version of this ended up as a huge woodcut called "Baila, Baila" available in my store. These smaller images are my way of sketching which I consider an exercise for bigger and better woodcuts. I can't seem to sketch on a notebook, the task seems like a waste of time. I draw on a solid cherry block, from models or model books, and cut the block while day dreaming my next big piece.


Process: Woodcuts and wood engravings 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.

All my woodcuts are made in limited editions, signed and numbered in pencil.