26 April 2009
Workshop With Matt Brown
I just spent the last three days assisting woodblock printmaker Matt Brown in a moku hanga workshop at Snow Farm -- the very workshop I took four years ago that got me launched into my moku hanga delirium. It was great to see Matt again and to watch him teach from this side of the four years that have passed since he first taught me. It was a wonderful group of students, too. It's always marvelous to watch a group of people who have never done moku hanga before go through the steps and come away with amazingly accomplished prints, all very unique. Here are the photos I took of the weekend.
Paul on carving day
Andrew taking some time with youngsters from a group that was visiting Snow Farm
Busy at the printing stations
Seascape by EB
Two different prints by Evelyn
Andrew's print (can you tell he's a woodworker?)
Evan's print, with and without keyblock
Karen's frisbee-loving dog print
Kate's deer of many colors
Print by Paul, also a woodworker.
One of Peggy's variations