Thursday, April 28, 2005

"The Embrace"

This is a woodcut print. The image size is 7" x 5" and the print size is 12" x 9." This is the the first proof and I see some high spots that need to be carved out prior to printing the entire edition. Jim

6 comments:

mark said...

Better and better Jim! Is this two blocks or three?

Mark

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