New Woodcut-Flux Series

This new series explores the idea of nature in flux and the impermanence of all things. I’m intrigued by how rocks, trees, and rivers appear static and timeless, but in fact are changing in front of me. Standing in a meadow, hearing flowing water, running my hands over a weather-sculpted rock is grounding, but change is happening. In the larger world outside of my meadow, change on a global scale continues. As I carve the wood for these prints, I am attempting to record a moment of time in that place.

 

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2 Responses to New Woodcut-Flux Series

  1. holli harmon says:

    Your work is always mesmerizing !

    • sarawoodburn says:

      Thank you Holli, my next in the series print is now hanging in the Santa Barbara Printmakers show at the Jewish Community Center. Hope to see you at the opening next week!

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