In 1975, I sketched a travel poster of Ryoanji Rock Garden that was hanging down from a balcony above stairs leading down to trains in Umeda Station, Osaka, Japan. Finally, 44 years later, I made the woodcut that was held in my mind, representing the dichotomy of Japan.
Actual Size: 14″ x 20″
Blocks: Shina Plywood, 10 Impressions
Ink: Sennelier Powdered Pigment, Sumi, and Rice Starch
Paper: Yamaki Hosho