On our recent camping trip we did manage some art work despite the iffy weather. I am always enchanted by the Columbia River, ever moving, but silent. The bluffs form a beautiful backdrop and the trees, sagebrush, and flowers provide the welcome mat. I attempted to capture some of that feeling in a block print.
The block was carved on site at Wanapum State Park. The prints were made after I was back in my studio.
I agree. It’s very nice work. I, too, haven’t carved since high school and that was linoleum, not wood. I don’t think I ever did carve wood to use for printing.
Very nice, Paul. I haven’t carved a block since jr. high school.