Whenever I drive the eight-hour trip back to my hometown in PA, images of future woodcuts entertain me. Space is divided and filled with patterns, which in this case, resulted in Pennsylvania Patterns. I had great hope for this print but was challenged by a batch of paper that presented many problems. The edition started off with 40 sheets, but due to improper sizing, and maybe some other issues, I ended up with ten prints and colors? Well, I may try again later.
Block: Shina Plywood (25 impressions)
Ink: Sennelier Dry Pigment (with water and rice starch)
Size: 11″ x 20″
Edition of 10