Woodcut Prints

Page 2 of 6
Conor Maguire, Vojo Stojanovski, Khalid Hijazi, Ken Hillberry, William Nelson, Chris Heisinger, Gilson Nascimento, Elena Rein, Ralph Eastland, Maria Lucia Pacheco, Theo Radic, Natalie Johnston, Richard Pitts, Josef Hlavacek, Pygoya Rodney Chang-phd offering original Woodcut Prints artworks.


Contemporary Art / Woodcut Prints / Previous / Next
Vojo Stojanovski: 'Virgin of Charity', 2009 Woodcut, Religious.
Religious - Woodcut
27 x 42 cm (10.6 x 16.5 inches)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Vojo Stojanovski: 'Virgin covering the child', 2009 Woodcut, Religious.
Religious - Woodcut
32 x 42 cm (12.6 x 16.5 inches)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Khalid Hijazi: 'untiteld', 1993 Woodcut, Abstract.
, 1993
Abstract - Woodcut
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Vojo Stojanovski: 'Bird of Heven', 2008 Woodcut, Biblical.
Biblical - Woodcut
20 x 30 cm (7.9 x 11.8 inches)
Ken Hillberry: 'Brotherly Love', 2002 Woodcut, Wildlife.  The nature of youth is to playfully frolic and completely live and feel the moment. Here, I' ve attempted to capture these siblings embraced in the height of just such a moment. ...
Wildlife - Woodcut
15 x 25 inches (38.1 x 63.5 cm)
William Nelson: 'Butterfly', 2009 Woodcut, Animals.
, 2009
Animals - Woodcut
5 x 5 feet (1.52 x 1.52 m)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Chris Heisinger: 'Winter Tree', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Hand printed - Hand ColoredEach print is unique ...
Undecided - Woodcut
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
Chris Heisinger: 'Winter Night', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Hand printed - Hand ColoredEach print is unique ...
Undecided - Woodcut
8 x 6 inches (20.3 x 15.2 cm)
Chris Heisinger: 'Untitled', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Hand printed - Hand ColoredEach print is unique ...
, 2008
Undecided - Woodcut
9 x 6 inches (22.9 x 15.2 cm)
Chris Heisinger: 'Winter Moon', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Hand printed - Hand ColoredEach print is unique ...
Undecided - Woodcut
8 x 6 inches (20.3 x 15.2 cm)
Chris Heisinger: 'Winter Moon  Blue', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Hand printed - Hand ColoredEach print is unique ...
Undecided - Woodcut
8 x 6 inches (20.3 x 15.2 cm)
Chris Heisinger: 'Coffee Time', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Hand printed - Hand ColoredEach print is unique ...
Undecided - Woodcut
6 x 8 inches (15.2 x 20.3 cm)
Chris Heisinger: 'The Plaza', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Hand printed, handcolors ...
, 2008
Undecided - Woodcut
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)
Gilson Nascimento: 'Painel de Ogum', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  The alivest Xoroke representation.  ...
Undecided - Woodcut
357 x 224 cm (140.6 x 88.2 inches)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Gilson Nascimento: 'Porta de Omolu', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Omolu, the Lordland ...
Undecided - Woodcut
90 x 257 cm (35.4 x 101.2 inches)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Gilson Nascimento: 'Auto Resgate', 2008 Woodcut, Undecided.  Your own redemption. ...
Undecided - Woodcut
82 x 90 cm (32.3 x 35.4 inches)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Elena Rein: 'Old Man and Bird', 1995 Woodcut, Undecided.
Undecided - Woodcut
11 x 8 inches (27.9 x 20.3 cm)
Ralph Eastland: 'Not a Tame Lion', 1999 Woodcut, Animals.  This woodcut is hand printed in a series of 3 variations. ...
Animals - Woodcut
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Ralph Eastland: 'Squidegate Narrows', 2002 Woodcut, Abstract Landscape.  Squidegate narrows is a hand pulled limited edition woodcut print.  ...
Abstract Landscape - Woodcut
24 x 16 inches (61.0 x 40.6 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Ralph Eastland: 'Moonlight Fisherman', 1999 Woodcut, Wildlife.  Moonlight Fisherman is a hand pulled woodcut  in a edition of 250. printed from 7 woodblocks with oil based inks. Price is for a framed print contact me to inquire about unframed pricing. ...
Wildlife - Woodcut
20 x 19 inches (50.8 x 48.3 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Maria Lucia Pacheco: 'Lavadeira', 2005 Woodcut, Figurative.
, 2005
Figurative - Woodcut
18 x 10 cm (7.1 x 3.9 inches)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Maria Lucia Pacheco: 'Mulher com anel', 2005 Woodcut, Figurative.
Figurative - Woodcut
20 x 30 inches (50.8 x 76.2 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Theo Radic: 'Eucalyptus', 2000 Woodcut, Landscape. Woodblock print inspired by eucalyptus trees. Hand printed. ...
, 2000
Landscape - Woodcut
24 x 18 cm (9.4 x 7.1 inches)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Natalie Johnston: 'Why Ohio', 2007 Woodcut, Abstract Figurative. Man dancing in a fire.  Printed on Newspaper.  Orange and yellow w/ black & white contrast....
, 2007
Abstract Figurative - Woodcut
13 x 18 inches (33.0 x 45.7 cm)
Richard Pitts: 'installation', 2007 Woodcut, Abstract.  This installation  represents a  colllection of three dimensional prints in Totem format.  All are experimental woodcuts forming a unique sculptural element to printmaking. This particular installation was dedicted to the nine classical muses. Their names and specialties are listed on google. ...
Abstract - Woodcut
8 x 96 inches (20.3 x 243.8 cm)
Josef Hlavacek: 'The Waterfall', 1991 Woodcut, Abstract.  woodblockprint ...
Abstract - Woodcut
120 x 70 inches (304.8 x 177.8 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Josef Hlavacek: 'The Nocturno', 2000 Woodcut, Abstract.
Abstract - Woodcut
120 x 70 inches (304.8 x 177.8 cm)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Josef Hlavacek: 'The Flames', 1992 Woodcut, Abstract.  Very often I use separate woodblocks and print them together with different colors. The colors are selected individually, depending on my state of mind at the moment. This process is also influenced by the season of the year, the quality of daylight, sounds, and music. Prints made by this method...
, 1992
Abstract - Woodcut
70 x 100 cm (27.6 x 39.4 inches)
Like It   indepth artwork information   Add To Shopping Cart
Pygoya Rodney Chang-phd: 'Picasso s  Bullfight', 1989 Woodcut, Abstract. WHAT WOULD YOU PAY TO OWN THE WORLD' S FIRST COMPUTER DESIGNED WOODCUT PRINT? Image from monitor used as design for manual carving into wood to serve as template for pulling paper prints.  Computer used was the Commodore Amiga 1000 ( now obsolete) and software was Deluxe Paint I ( Electronic Arts, ...
Abstract - Woodcut
15 x 14 inches (38.1 x 35.6 cm)
Youri Messen-jaschin: 'Recherche du Mouvement ', 1976 Woodcut, Undecided. Xylography 1/ 15(r) 1976 by Prolitteris Po. Box CH. - 8033 Zurich(c) 1976 by Youri Messen- Jaschin Switzerland...
Undecided - Woodcut
13 x 27 cm (5.1 x 10.6 inches)
(Page 2 of 6) - MORE ARTWORKS

Artists Describing Their Art:

Ken Hillberry - In art and in life, dynamics of balance, integrity and tolerant interaction of all elements or participants ought to be see, experienced and maintained. At the same time, the challenge of affecting this balance is creatively encountering all changes and adapt accordingly. For some, the destination or pre-determined outcomes are sought more often than not. Then there are some who savor the journey, thus witnessing and enjoying developments along the way. I fall into the latter category. It's like watching the film develop in a darkroom. the image takes form a little at a time right before my eyes. The creative process, for me, is void of pressure and timeless. The ability and practice and discipline are central in my approach. My creative intent is to engage a viewer in thought and emotion, as well as, with their eyes. Using imagination, retrospect or model, my range of composition can be conceptual, perhaps impressionistic or abstract in application, but always developed to evoke an awareness and appreciation for the relative conditions in life experience and art form as I incisively or playfully interpret my experiences along the way. ...

William Nelson - The Corporate Lease Program, initiated in 1994, leases one of a kind fine art and limited addition fine art prints to the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia community on a monthly basis. Businesses may choose from a variety of works or have custom art created for them. The works vary from realism to abstraction, reflecting in its variety of techniques and styles the evolution in fine art. Leasing has many benefits. While businesses obtain quality art at a fraction of the cost of purchasing their own, the lease fees are used to purchase supplies each year, helping the struggling artist community stay creative. In addition, by placing art in the community, businesses help our collection serve as an outreach program to educate and familiarize the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia community with America's leading contemporary artists and the Where Art Thou family. The lease fees of the matted and framed prints range from $25 to $500 per month including insurance, delivery and installation in the company's office. After the 23-month leasing period, the works are collected and returned to the Where Art Thou gallery where the entire collection is again made available for lease to businesses ...

Chris Heisinger - Chris Heisinger is an artist specializing in stained glass mosaics for architectural and decorative artworks. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Chris has always found ways to express herself with art. While attending Northwestern University, she studied the Arts and Crafts movement, Native American Art and Chinese Art History that brings a unique style to her work. Over the years, Chris has worked in acrylics, ceramics, photography, stained glass and mosaics. Even though her artwork has been in different medium, her passion is'painting with glass.' Since the late 1980's, she has developed her artistic style through stained glass and began creating stained glass mosaics in 2002....

Theo Radic - Everyone experiences drawing and painting as children. I was perhaps one year old therefore when I was first initiated into the painter's craft. I continued these universal beginnings throughout my school years and sporadic courses in college (which gave me few insights into this art). [...] I had only myself as a teacher in the art of painting. My evolution as a painter paralleled that of art history in general, beginning with my prehistoric period as a one-year-old-clutcher-of-crayolas, groping through Egyptian and Greek periods; a Renaissance period; and then neo-classicism, romanticism and naturalism; impressionism and fauvism; cubism and abstract expressionism. At nineteen I went to Europe, thirsty for scope and depth in Art which America lacks. Having established myself in the south of France, I absorbed the emanations of the modern masters who had lived and painted there. I was profoundly moved by the bizarre snow storm over La Cote d'Azur on the night of Picasso's death. No such storm had ever been seen before in April, as old-timers in Nice told me. [...] Fully acknowledging my debt to 'abstract expressionism', I nonetheless do not consider my art'abstract' - a word ...

Natalie Johnston - I want you to form your own un-biased opinion. My work is a representation of what is going on in my life at the time. However, if you do have any questions I would be happy to answer them. Thanks, Natalie...

Richard Pitts - My work ,as the totem format may indicate, digs deep withing certain traditional forms of art. Ancient cave art forms a space orientation not dissimilar to the space of a temple or of a cathedral. The sculptural direction in my work establish and reflect a felt environment and evoke a staged space. Like columns in a temple or cathedral, they make space for a kind of thought. My totems reflect space. They are about making viable the invisible that surround them. A single fragment of sculpture like a single Greek column makes visible the wonder of a whole building. This wonder is the space, the building block of scared thoughts not just about making visable the invisible but emphasizing that which is not seen as most important and without boundaries. In fact this obelisk, totem like format condenses and implodes, drawing in the invisible and showing for a brief moment the visible cathedral of natural forms within a new pictorial format without boundaries and briefly holding time still. www.richardpitts.com ...

Josef Hlavacek - WOODBLOCK PRINTS Very often I use separate woodblocks and print them together with different colors. The colors are selected individually, depending on my state of mind at the moment. This process is also influenced by the season of the year, the quality of daylight, sounds, and music. Prints made by this method have a very delicate and graceful structure. Beautiful colors give any space relaxing and leisurely feeling, basically because of a return to natural lines, colors and shapes. Prints are made on japanese high quality paper. The style and color gives the imression of action painting, rather than traditional graphics. Each print is slightly different, and though they resemble monotypes, they are not traditional graphic editions. The first woodblock prints were made around 1989-1990 (i.e. WINGS) as a special edition for my personal exhibition at the Museo de la Estampa. Woodblock printing has been my favorite technique for the last few years. The Artist woodblock ArtPrint are present at the National Gallery of Art in Washington LINOCUTS All linocuts are works from the 80's created as a part of my postgradual studies at the Academy of Art in Prague. A great collection of linocuts from this ...

Pygoya Rodney Chang-Phd - Rodney Chang, better known as the Internet's Pygoya, Webist, was the first digital artist to exhibit in Honolulu, back in 1985. He has exhibited around the world, including Paris, New York City, Chicago, Las Vegas, the U.S.S.R., England, Vienna, Budapest, Frankfurt, Australia, Seoul, Japan, China and India. His 1988 solo show at Shangahi Art Museum was China's historic first computer art exhibition. He organized India's first ever international digital art exhibition (1999). In the 1980s and 1990s he promoted his concept of Pixelism, or the conversion of pixels into paint, by hand and on canvas, to mirror (as art history) the digital quality of crude early low resolution monitor imaging. He also co-founded Webism, the art movement to create and exhibit art online for the sake of the global cyber-culture and audience. In the 1980's Dr. Rodney Chang gained national notoriety as NBC's Real People Show's "Disco Doc" - filmed dancing in his Honolulu dental clinic's discotheque reception area, complete with staff DJ. He danced on syndicated TV (NBC "Real People Show") around the world. The artist is also recognized in Who's Who in America and Ripley's ...