Hoplon, first white-line woodcut print off a new block
Back in March, you saw this block as the first print was just emerging.
Finishing it just the other day reminded me of another reason to love white-line woodcuts. You can start and stop easily - even in the middle of a print.
The watercolor dries on the block and on the pallet but can be easily re-hydrated and used again at any time.
Some artists have literally worked on one print for years! Taking two months to finish one doesn't seem so bad compared to that, does it?
This is the only print from this block so far and it hasn't had its official portrait taken yet, but if you are interested in snapping it up before it even makes it to the online gallery, contact me.