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Gallery talk and demonstration

Join me at Momentum Gallery in downtown Asheville Sunday February 11th from 2-4 pm. I’ll be talking about my work as well as demonstrating my carving and printing processes. After that I’ll be inviting those who would like to attempt the printing process to come and give it a go.

Carving the block

Woodcut carving can be much more than just a u-gouge. Intricate and detailed images are achievable with a knife as the primary tool.

Dig deeper into the woodcut carving process and learn the 4 steps or phases of the traditional method of wood cutting for relief printmaking for the crispest results and the least wear on your body.

Cutting a kento registration

The traditional japanese kento registration method is a nearly foolproof way to register multicolor woodblock prints no matter your printing method.

This post shows how to cut an accurate kento registration on your woodblock.