A limited edition print made by printmaker Ken Wood. In this series, Wood explores the relationship of line to line and color to color using big, simple gestures inspired by the movements our hands make while writing cursive letters. His marks are applied using a thick mixture of caborundum and acrylic to maximize texture. The large scale of the line and the detail of the texture are intended to invite scrutiny and entice people to pause and pay attention to what two or three simple, distilled lines can convey. A Schoolhouse Art Studio Exclusive.
Product material:Gel Medium / Carborundum Grit / Paper / Black Metal Frame
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- Hang from appropriately sized, sturdy hardware driven into a wall stud for stability.
- Wall anchors or mounting brackets are recommended for heavy pieces.
- Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight as well as extreme heat, cold or humidity.
- Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid household cleaners and abrasives.
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Ken Wood lives in St. Louis, Missouri, and is Associate Professor of Printmaking and Foundation Studies at St Louis Community College Meramec. For this series he writes: “In recent prints I have explored the relationship of line to line and color to color using big, simple gestures. Each plate consists of a single gesture painted on with large brush-tools that I make myself. These marks are applied using a thick mixture of carborundum and acrylic medium, thus maximizing their texture. The large scale of the line and the detail of the texture invite scrutiny; I'm trying to get people to stop and pay attention to what two or three simple, distilled lines can convey.