Sunday, September 11, 2005

"Gulls"


This print was carved on three seperate blocks of 3/4" MDF and printed by hand with oil based printers ink. The image size is 8" x 6"

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Hi Jim,

A nice print. I love the vertical-ness of the fence posts. Lots of movement. What method did you use for registration?

ming said...

i love the variety of the works, and i think the lates two wood cut's are exceptionally original!

ming.

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Donna D'Orio said...

Hello Jim,

I love your work. You are an inspiration to me. This is a wonderful print. Taos winter simply a pure joy.

Thank You,
Donna D'Orio

How do you do it??

Jim said...

Thank you for your kind words, Donna! How do I do it? With love and determination!