Linocut reduction prints-Self Portrait–Day 2

(First, thank you, Denise, for the glass! This is what I needed it for!)

I finished up the prints from yesterday, cut a new block, working the drawing and cutting process a little more methodically. The products of both days follow—mixed results, but there are a few keepers in the bunch. The book of Picasso’s prints, which he started making at age 77 in 1958, the year I was born, is included in the photos.

After they dry, I will choose the best of each cut and frame two groups, one set per frame of each cut.

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viola moriarty

(American, b. 1958)
Modern Expressionist Painter
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