Coordinator: Diane Cutter
Scans provided by Wanda Hemmings (thank you!)
- Medium: Woodblock print–hand rubbed or pulled on a press, any pigments, any paper)
- Theme: “Unity”
- Paper: Size: 10 X 10 inches
- Registration period: Four weeks starting February 1, 2019
- Deadline for finished prints: June 30, 2019
John Center, Chicago, IL USA
10 x 10 in, , on , edition 30. Printed both sides of paper, full bleed.
Diane Cutter, Corrales, NM USA
10 x 10 in, linoleum, Charbonel, etching, noir de carbone on Papier Canal, Papeterie Saint-Arnand, Montereal, mounted on Strathmore drewing paper, edition 28. There are a lot of birds that live in our cottonwood tree, a veritable community of different types… Hummingbirds, crows, finches. The only thing that disturbs them is when the hawk comes to hang out in the birdbath. As a group, they all disappear. After a day or two, the hawk leaves and all the birds return to their peaceful community.
Maria Arango Diener, Las Vegas, NV USA
10 x 10 in, cherry, Gamblin & Daniel Smith on Daphne handmade, edition 100. “For all those born beneath an angry star, Lest we forget how fragile we are”. Those lyrics are from a Sting song, later I heard it by Jesse Cook. I am a loner and enjoy solitude but time and again I am reminded how very much I depend on and cherish connections with friends and family, however fragile they may be. The image is a revisit of an early large print with some modifications … and a new tiny block of course.
Anthony DiMichele, Friday Harbor, WA USA
10 x 10 in, maple, Graphic Chemical Super Graphic Black Relier Ink on Chiri bark paper, edition 30. The block was cut both by hand and with a dremel drill. The chiri bark paper was printed with a bamboo baren.
Claudia Dunaway, North Carolina USA
3 in 1
10 x 10 in, cherry, Akua liquid pigment on Rives BFK, edition 24. Being new to woodblock printmaking and I\’ve been focusing on woodblock monoprints. I used the same carved block, rotated the image and varied the color with each printing.
Bea Gold, Encinitas, CA USA
10 x 10 in, shina plywood, sumi on nishinouchi, edition 50. Enjoyable black and white print – a change from color and white line.
Wanda Hemmings, Cambridgeshire, UK
10 x 10 in, linoleum, Caligo Safewash Relief on chine colle on road atlas pages and 300gsm paper, edition 28. I found this topic really challenging – but after much thought and internet browsing I decided that one of the things that Unity was about was the connections that bind us together – so my print is \”islands\” connected by pathways printed on pages from a road atlas of the UK.
George Jarvis, Akita, Japan
Attaisei = Unity
25.4 x 25.4 cm, Matsumura shina plywood, Golden open carbon black on Idewashi kozo, edition 32. Printed with baren.
Martha Knox, Philadelphia, PA USA
Bee and Flower
10 x 10 in, linoleum, Speedball oil-based relief ink on Subi, edition 23.
Therese Krupp, Minneapolis, MN USA
Unite for Breastfeeding and Breasts
10 x 10 in, cherry / shina, Daniel Smith watercolors on shin torinoko, edition 25. Originally named No. 561 Aquatint.
Brad Ladwig, Honolulu, HA USA
10 x 10 in, five shina plywood blocks, Holbein and Grumbacher watercolors on masa, edition 30. attempt at a “unified” composition of brushstrokes. Based on a watercolor sketch in primary colors.
Theresa Martin, Lawrence, KS USA
10 x 10 in, linoleum, Gamlin oil-based block-printing inks on Stonehenge, edition 28. A person might ask what pronouns have to do with unity. It comes down to respecting other human beings for who they are. Unity in a community can only be built through honest acceptance of the differences of others, which means using people\’s preferred pronouns. Ask! theresamartinprintmaker.com
Barbara Mason, Hillsboro, OR USA
10 x 10 in, wood block, waterbased pigment on Rives Heavyweight, edition 23. Mokuhanga. Fun image to do.
August Mezzetta, Punta Gorda, FL USA
10 x 10 in, shina plywood, Akua intaglio/liquid pigment on shin torinoko, edition 25. Copy of work by Japanese artist.
Chris Roberts, Somonauk, IL USA
10 x 10 in, cherry / shina, Daniel Smith watercolors on shin torinoko, edition 25.
Laura Szabo-Roberts, Somonauk, IL USA
10 x 10 in, shina plywood, sumi and Daniel Smith on shin torinoko, edition 22.
Joseph Taylor, Evenston, IL USA
E Pluribus Unum
10 x 10 in, birch plywood, Speedball ink on banana mash, edition open.