Grabado y Edición is a bi-lingual Spanish/English review of new ideas in printmaking. This month’s edition includes my article on the history of mokuhanga, Japanese woodblock printing. It begins with an historical overview of the use of the technique from ukioyo-e prints of the 18th Century through the sosaku individualist printmakers of the early 20th Century and ends with a discussion of the wide range of international contemporary artists who recognize the technique for its flexibility. It is illustrated with woodblock prints by Katie Baldwin, Mike Lyon, Michael Schneider, and myself.
For a pdf of this seven page article: GrabadoMokuhangaRenaissance
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Art in Print: My article, Mokuhanga International, has been published in Art in Print, Volume 2, Number 2. The article is a review of the current state of mokuhanga, Japanese woodblock technique, in contemporary art outside Japan. It includes a brief overview of the history starting with the famous Edo period ukiy0-e prints, through the eclipse of the technique during the 20th century, and then the current renewal of interest in the technique for creative artists.
A PDF of the article can be seen here: ArtinPrintVol2MokuhangaInternationalArticle
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The Age of the Artist: A Practical Guide for Making a Career Out of Making Art in the 21st Century (chapter) by Margaret Peot, North Light Books, 2010
Mokuhanga – Japanese Woodblock Printing in Central Booking Magazine, November, 2010