Well its been a very busy fall and my work has proceeded very slowly mainly due to waiting for ink to dry. During October I went down to Iowa State with the Augie printmaking class and observed some very nice collaborative printmaking efforts involving a steamroller. Students worked as a team and carved out a 4 by 8 sheet of plywood, inked it with paint rollers, and used a steamroller as a press. I've also been busy teaching and being a dad. Should be a bunch more artwork by December.
a quiet composition for me kinda like it
4 color reductive woodcut
this was my first time using a rainbow roll, I got the idea looking at Hokusai
Corona Borealis III
9 Color reductive woodcut
this one got the best of me I set up too many rules, I think do do this right it would have to be a multiple board relief, one board for the color and the other for the outlines and shadows.
Blood Makes the Grass Grow II
another in the series of birth death birth series
3 color reductive woodcut
I've been looking a lot at Durer lately