Rowan's work is float mounted and framed: not suitable for posting.
Japanese Woodblock Printing ( Moku- hanga : moku = wood, hanga = graphic or print )
"The print form I work with is a traditional Japanese method of printmaking, which was originally primarily associated with the Edo Period (1615 – 1867) in Japan."
The technique is low tech, safe, clean and accessible. The materials are nontoxic, natural, inexpensive and readily available, making this an ideal printing technique for home and studio. I enjoy teaching and promoting this eco printmaking method and run classes from my studio near Ledbury.
For more information about mokuhanga and my work, please see my website,