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The Unfinished Print

Jan 22, 2023

When looking for inspiration, when looking for someone you can look up to in your craft, I look to Paul Binnie. Paul is an artist who has carved a living from their craft, and has been a large part of the greater mokuhanga community. His work has touched on so many themes, concepts and ideas. His mokuhanga takes the...


Jan 1, 2023

The relationships made in mokuhanga can last a long time. Whether it's a friendship based on collecting, creating, or its long and vibrant history; mokuhanga has the ability to bring people together. 

On this episode of The Unfinished Print I have the pleasure of speaking to two people who's friendship is based on...


Dec 24, 2022

The importance of passion cannot be understated.  It can be a wonderful and beautiful thing, and if it's made into a positive part of not only one's own life but for others as well; it's a passion worth pursuing. 

On this episode of The Unfinished Print I speak with mokuhanga collector, self taught scholar and...


Nov 30, 2022

Many mokuhanga printmakers today touch on different mediums when they create their work. It could be sculpture, bookbinding, or installation. There is no limit as to what can be accomplished with mokuhanga. 

On this episode of The Unfinished Print I speak with mokuhanga printmaker and artist Katie Baldwin. Based in...


Nov 9, 2022

When making mokuhanga there are many way to get to the final product. However you get there, you need to enjoy every single moment you have with it. So many twists and turns, indulging your passions with your work, anything can happen.

On this episode of The Unfinished Print I speak with printmaker Karen Pittman. With...