Monadnock, a mountain in Southern New Hampshire, is considered one of the most climbed mountains in the world. Its bare, rocky top is a result of fires set during the colonial period. Today it offers spectacular views that on a clear day, reach as far as Boston, MA.
Actual Size: 9″ x 14″
Blocks: Reduction print carved from two blocks of Shina Veneer
Ink: Sennelier Powdered Pigment, Sumi, and Rice Starch
Paper: Yamaguchi Hosho
Edition of 20 created in 2003