“Mary Brodbeck’s Japanese woodblock prints reveal ethereal, quietly structured landscapes…. The final effect is one of contemplation, an exploration of a single instant, and all of the mysteries it holds.” ~ Art Martin, Senior Curator, Muskegon Museum of Art
I learned the traditional methods of Japanese woodblock printmaking in Tokyo under the auspices of a five-month-long Japanese government sponsored fellowship in 1998 and have been dedicated to this process since.
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