"A Roman Interior": Color woodcut w/chine collé : 37 x 27" : Ed. 30
Introducing Betty Woodman. Maybe you saw her retrospective at the Met 2 years back? Woodman, is a leading -- and exuberant -- ceramic artist who, lucky for those of us with far more modest budgets than museums, also creates prints!
"Balustrade Vase G": 1993. Color monotype collage : 44 x 30" : 1/1
For years she’s been collaborating with master printer, Bud Shark, of Shark’s Ink to make monotypes, woodcuts and lithographs. You can see how her touch with clay --- breaking things apart and reassembling -- finds its way into her 2-d work... as well as her enduring interest in vases and pots...
Winged Vessel - example of Woodman's ceramic work
"Boardwalk Vase": 1998. Color woodcut w/chine collé : 35 x 37" : Ed. 30
Below is her most recent print with Shark's Ink.
Picking Plum Blossoms, wood cut w/chine collé & gold leaf, in 3 panels, 25 x 48”, Ed. 30.
"After Mexico in Kyoto": Color woodcut w/chine collé : 27 x 36" : Ed. 30
Inquiries about the works featured here? Please contact Shark’s Ink. They are hidden away up in Lyon Colorado -- and are a publisher of and print/collaborator for many fine artists. Check out their roster. The prints shown here range between $3,000 and $5,000 in price.
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