The physical experience of making woodcuts and linocuts connects the artist to the medium, and to her subjects in a way that is similar to making sculpture and other three-dimensional art forms. Her intention is not to focus on precision of line and shape but in marks that communicate the artist’s hand and her relationship to the subject.


The following images show the process of cutting a woodblock. Once the image is drawn on the wood, the “lights” are cut away to reveal the image, which are then inked and printed.

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Woodcut prints
Woodcut prints in grey and red.