Dec 8, 2020
Printmaker, teacher, artist, John Amoss has created, in my humble opinion, one of the most important modern mokuhanga landscape series in The Appalachian Trail. In my interview with John Amoss we speak on his philosophies behind mokuhanga, the journey’s throughout his life that helped him reach the creation and...
Nov 22, 2020
Matt Brown is a philosopher of mokuhanga. It can be so very easy to get lost in the technique and the minutiae of what we do that the philosophical elements of the art form can be lost. In my interview with printmaker and teacher Matt Brown we try to get to the heart of the woodblock print. Through Matt’s stories and...
Nov 8, 2020
Terry McKenna is the owner and operator of the Mokuhanga School located in Karuizawa, Nagano, Japan. In this episode of The Unfinished Print, Terry and I discuss sustaining a business during COVID-19, his own work, and how his school is run.
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Oct 31, 2020
Without the use of paper there would be no mokuhanga. Washi has played an indelible position in the world of the Japanese print. Many artists in mokuhanga use washi for their prints and as The Unfinished Print is a podcast dedicated to the workings of mokuhanga I felt it was necessary to interview an expert in all...
Oct 22, 2020
Join me for the final part of my two part interview with
printmaker Will Francis. What started as a discussion about
pigments, used historically and currently in the world of
mokuhanga, quickly morphed into a lively discussion about
what it means to be a mokuhanga artist in modern times.
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