Relief prints include woodcuts and linoleum cuts. The artist starts with a flat panel of wood or linoleum. He carves into the surface with various knives and chisels. Ink is rolled onto the remaining level surface of the wood, and this is pressed onto paper to make a print. Whatever the woodcut artist carves out of the block will be white, and whatever the artist leaves behind will be black.
From One Minute on April 29th, 2009
A suite of 6 woodcuts by Julia Samuels, each 22" x 30"
Grand Scale Woodcuts by Julia Samuels
each 54" x 40"
Providence Linocuts by Julia Samuels
each 12" x 16"