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Year One - Print Making Fine

Bryan Nash Gill (1961 – 2013)

Bryan grew up in the woods, and the trees left their mark on him – a relief print on his soul that would later manifest itself in his art. 

Bryan’s Website

The Artist’s Process

“He seals the wood and covers it with ink. Then, he lays a thin sheet of Japanese rice paper on the cross-section, rubs it with his hand and peels the paper back to reveal a relief print of the tree’s growth rings.”

Magazine Article
References:
https://theartofeducation.edu/2019/03/27/10-amazing-artists-to-inspire-nature-related-art-projects/
https://www.bryannashgill.com
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/covered-in-ink-cross-sections-of-trees-make-gorgeous-prints-1625704/
https://alexkershawmajournal.wordpress.com/2014/04/19/impressions-of-the-landscape-bryan-nash-gill/

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