Reduction Woodcut on paper
$235 framed, $85 unframed
I chose to create a reduction woodcut print with the intention of allowing the process to dictate the aesthetic. I enjoyed the high-stakes of not being able to turn back once a new cut was made, as well as the imperfections and surprises that occurred when carving the wood. I named the piece “magnetic inclination” as a reference to my reliance on procedure to direct the work.