Woodcut is a technique used for printmaking since ancient times. The artist needs a block of wood, gouge (the cutting tool), ink or paint, and a surface (like a paper or a panel). Woodcut can be used for multiple colour printing by holding the paper with a frame and using different woodblocks for each colour.
22 x 69 inches, triptych
B.C. Delicious, 1994
colour woodcut, 51/75
16.5 x 23.75 inches
Trees, Vargas Island, BC
10.75 x 14.5 inches
Opening reception for shape/colour/form.
Many artists will be in attendance.
Brent Jarvis on piano, Ross Macdonald on bass.