PAERATA13 — ArtStudioSpace
GAYLE FORSTER | WORKING STUDIO | TEACHING STUDIO | GALLERY | MANGAWHAI HEADS, NEW ZEALAND
The demise of the Iconic Pohututawa tree.
“To kill or cut a mature pohutukawa tree to a stump is likened to the shedding of history”.
These prints are on Japanese washi paper, handprinted (using a circular disc called a baren), and using ground pigment/watercolour and rice paste combination. While the Ukiyo-e style print has a dominate black line block, contemporary works do not, as each woodblock is important.
Woodcuts Ukiyo-e style and photo release
Limited editions contact Gayle