Group of four white line woodcut prints, “Avatar Portraits”
Traditional white line woodcut technique used to create portraits of contemporary digital representations of people who are alike and different at the same time.
“Avatar Portrait Ava”, “Avatar Portrait Bea”, “Avatar Portrait Celia”, “Avatar Portrait Dee”, 20″ x 20″ framed, printed on BFK.
These prints were included in the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve’s juried “New Now” show September-October 2016.
They were also exhibited in The Nicholson B. White Gallery at St. Paul’s Church; “The Salon Shows”, Work of four artists from Cleveland, March-June 2017.
Posted January 3, 2017