This is the most abstract of my landscape prints, perhaps it isn´t a landscape at all, but it reminds me of a s
I like walking in the forest very much. So I started a series of three prints: Forest in the colours of autumn. Here is number three, the most colourful one. […]
(continuation from part 3) And now green. I had cut large areas for green, but I only use the bottom parts not to spoil the red. The last colour besides […]
(continuation from part 2) The bottom part of the print is also blue (a third kind) and over it (from the same plate) a gradation of ocre. For a gradation, […]
(Continuation of part 1) When the plates are cut, the remaining paper can be removed with water. To be sure that everything fits well I make a print with all […]
You want to know, how to use the japanese technique of woodcut, based on watercolour? Here you have an example, step by step: Traditionally everything starts with a brushdrawing. It […]
Autumn Print (Herbstbild) – a woodcut in japanese technique from four plates. Ocre, light brown anddarker red-brown (one plate), blue (to different blues from one plate), grey. I developed the […]
Rocks in Sweden are mostly granite, shaped by glacial power. These forms seem to be irregular, totaly random. But aren´t they formed according to the laws of nature, forces and […]
This is part three of a series of woodcuts combined with etching. Here are the three prints together:
Again the plane trees and I’m sure, there will be more.
This is still an experiment. I’ve been making stamp prints quite a lot, but this is my first attempt to make a mokuhanga stamp print. It’s based on the shapes […]
After “Blue City” here is a second Mokuhanga woodcut in combination with an etching.