Woodcut Printmaking Workshop
Woodcut, the oldest technique used in fine art printmaking, is a form of relief printing. Woodcut prints are produced by pressing the selected medium (usually paper) onto the inked image. To create a woodcut print, first the artist drew the design on paper, and then transferred it to a thinner, more transparent paper. Ink was applied to the surface of the woodblock. A new sheet of paper was applied to the block, then rubbed with a round pad to transfer the image.
The technique of printing makes this art, unique and at the same time it's too simple, as our kids also enjoyed the art.
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