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“Hollyhocks” is one more demo on the Moku Hanga technique of printing.

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The Knowledge Base page is a new section providing explanations of the various processes and materials I use in creating my prints and watercolors.

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The Japanese term Moku Hanga translate to woodblock print. The term is commonly used to refer to the Japanese printing process. The process has been in use by Western printmakers since the introduction of Japanese prints to Europe in the mid 19th century. The videos below present a more contemporary approach to the process. These are my experiments and I have had good success with them. Email me with questions…  EMAIL

Dampening the Paper Applying The Ink

“The Flat Iron Building” is a short demo on the Moku Hanga technique of printing.

Holding the Baren properly for the best results.

We make these modified brushes at the studio and they are available from the DCArtPressBookstore.

Small Kantan Brush

Large Kantan Brush

A short video on dampening paper.

Holding the baren properly for best results.

“The Flat Iron Building” is a short demo on the Moku Hanga technique of printing.

The Kantan Brush is a modified inking brush available in two sizes.  Below is the small Kantan Brush

Available from DCArtPressBookstore

The Kantan Brush is a modified inking brush available in two sizes.  Below is the L.arge Kantan Brush

Available from www.dcartpressbookstore.com

A short video on dampening paper. Thin paper need less moisture, thicker paper more. The paper should be damp but not dripping wet.

Printing a woodblock using the Moku Hanga technique. Feel to ask us questions.  EMAIL

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