The process is not complicated. Stanford cuts away the surface of the block so that those parts of the surface do not print. The parts left will be printed. The  press is her feet and an old wooden spoon.


The last step is sewing the image onto carefully chosen fabric which provides a setting, structure, and a mechanism for hanging. A year may pass between the inception and the completion of a project because Stanford may work on eight blocks at a time.




woodcut video

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