I have added a new page flip booklet about wood engraving in my library. After a long absence I will be adding content that I hope is useful on this site while balancing my time in the studio. Hope you enjoy it. You can find it by clicking on this title; wood-engraving
I went for the naive folk art look in my approach to this lino-cut. This print is also a tip of the hat to the rich heritage of African American vernacular art. Click on Barack Obama Linocut for more detail.
Seems a lot of folks are landing on this page looking for a multiple tool, like the kind you might wear on your belt, a Leatherman or some other such useful tool. Here we are discussing a wood engraving item which is called a multiple tool because it can engrave two or more perfectly parallel linesRead more ⟶
The other day when it was uber cold outdoors I thought an antidote might be a hit of mental therapy. So I broke out a piece of linoleum and began a cut of Lou Reed. That “School of Hard Knocks” face and the quintessential New Yorker ‘dude seems irresistible. Thinking about him now that he’s gone I always felt that even thoughRead more ⟶