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The Woodcut Process
Each of my print editions begins as a sketch transferred onto a piece of hardwood which I then carve in relief using a combination of knives and gouges. Although I do not make Japanese-style prints, my process of making woodcuts is informed by Japanese methods where a bevelled knife is used to do most of the cutting and gouges with different curvatures are used to remove the non-image area. Each impression is hand-printed by burnishing (or rubbing) the back of the paper with a bamboo spoon after the block has been inked.
These are all numbered, limited edition prints, which means once an edition is sold out, no more will be available.
My New Studio
Visit me at the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation, a new craft centre in the heart of Quidi Vidi, an historic fishing village just outside of St. John's, Newfoundland. Open to the public daily from 10am-4pm.
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