This workshop will introduce the Japanese Mokuhanga woodblock process done with brushes, starch, pigments, and hand printing on damp paper from carved blocks. Widely known through colorful and influential Ukiyo-e prints, this process is receiving new interest and revival through contemporary innovations and the attraction of non-toxic materials. Refreshing concepts and technical ‘liberties’ will augment the traditional advantages and difficulties of this process.
For all levels
materials fee of $30 (does not included paper) pay on site