An Evolving Tradition

An Evolving Tradition


The craft of Japanese printmaking spread to Europe in the19th century, flourishing in Vienna and Munich with the German Expressionist Movement. Arthur Wesley Dow brought the craft to North America in 1895 and influenced generations of artists with his teachings. Today, the process continues to evolve and assimilate into current social norms.



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So what are NRBPs?

So what are NRBPs?

NRBPs have been around for a few centuries, adorning the walls of collectors and museums to the delight of many.

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Fajada Butte from Chaco Sojourn

Fajada Butte from Chaco Sojourn

This is one of the last images to be printed for Book Four in the Chaco Sojourn Series.  Fajada Butte stands as a lone sentinel in the Chaco Canyon basin. It catches the first rays of sunshine every morning. 

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Decisions, Decisions. All about Proofing

Decisions, Decisions. All about Proofing

I would love to say that I know what I am doing when I start a woodblock, but the reality is that I have a feel that I am going after. The drawing or sketch is just a road map pointing me in the general direction.

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