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.
A moku hanga woodcut for the colours ( four plates) and an etching for the black parts. This print was designed as a collage from african fabrics. Quite different techniques […]
“Make things as simple as possible but not simpler.” (Albert Einstein) That was my task, when I carved this woodcut. In the autumn I took home a little sketch from […]
It´s autumn, the yellow blossoms are brown and dry. I took one and put it on my desk. It started to loose its seed. First a brush drawing, then a […]
A holiday memory about a litte cove on the island Härmanö in the swedish skerries. This print was a challenge: There are no uniform colour planes. The roughness of the […]
The Cranesbill (Geranium Pratense) is spiraling in its drying leafs. It was inspiring this last print of the “Blattwerk”-line. Der Wiesenstorchschnabel (Geranium Pratense) rollte seine trocknenden Blätter zu kleinen Spiralen […]
The magnolia tree blossoms, just lured out by the sun, are frozen. That gave me the idea for this print. Like the other “Blattwerk”-prints, it is printed with japanese technique. […]
A second print with a similar theme as Blattwerk 3. (Foliation 3). Again some dry sunflower leaves. Woodcut – that´s always a confrontation with wood as material. Here is a […]