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Koshiro Onchi, Woodblock Printmaking, Relief Printmaking, Lino Art, Matchbox Art, Relief Printing, Art Walk, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Japanese Prints

Koshiro Onchi 1891-1955 - Mt. Fuji in autumn

Shinshou Fuji (Fresh Praise Mt. Fuji). Picture book of poems about Mt. Fuji by MAEDA Yugure. Mt. Fuji in autumn. Koshiro Onch was the leading Sosaku Hanga artist and art theorist . In 1939, he founded the First Thursday Society (Ichimokukai), which was crucial to the postwar revival of the sosaku hanga movement. The society held artist gatherings once a month in Onchi’s house. Members such as Gen Yamaguchi (1896–1976) and Junichiro Sekino (1914–1988) discussed subjects of prints. The…

Lori Krout
"Bowing Flower" woodcut carving (Tugboat Printshop) Woodcut Art, Linocut Techniques, Printmaking Inspiration, Woodblock Printmaking, Relief Printmaking, Lino Art, Linocut Printmaking, Relief Printing, Linocut Art


Hello there! Been a while since my last post, life has been busy and full of change! I've decide to resume posting here & look forward to sharing what's been happening at the shop. To catch up on shop goings-on over the past few months I've been away, I have been posting pretty regularly to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Flickr! Some new prints there to see that I'll catch up with sharing eventually...and more to come! Give a follow on any of those platforms & stay up to date with…

Leah Glickman
Student Images, Woodblock Printmaking, Rajasthani Painting, Woodblock Printing, Linoleum Print, Artwork Inspiration, Abstract Embroidery, Relief Printing, Wood Block Printing

For My Students - Image Prep for Mokuhanga

I’m putting this post together for my upcoming Woodblock Class at Zea Mays Printmaking (Feb. 23-24, 2013) but by all means read it if it interests you. In the post I’ll be showing a few possible ways to compose and prepare an image for woodblock with an emphasis on preparing simple images that can realistically be finished in two very short days using mokuhanga techniques. 1. The Traditional Keyblock Method (not good for a short workshop) The traditional method used by the ukiyo-e artists…

Pau Ches