The process involves carving away the white parts of the image. The untouched areas of wood will pick up the ink.
The process is similar to a rubber stamp, only uses a different kind of ink, and an old-fashioned printing press to transfer the image to paper.
Here’s a short video to illustrate the process:
Woodcut on heavyweight, acid free, 100% post consumer wood fiber paper
Printed (with a traditional press) and signed by the artist
Image dimensions: 12 1/2 x 20″
Paper dimensions: 20″x26″
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