The Artist’s Life: About Linoleum Block Printing

I wrote up basic information about block printing because people ask me to explain so often, and others are interested in giving it a try.

I really enjoy working in this medium and I can free myself from the traditional media and a greater realism in rendering. I like the contrast of one solid color area against another, especially the black and white of traditional block prints on white rice paper, and I also like being able to hand-tint into the print, or use a base paper that is a color, pattern or texture to enhance the print.

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