Mokuhanga Japanese woodblock print
Paper size: 5.5 x 7 inches
Paper: Hosho washi
The image will fit in a standard pre-cut mat.
Limited edition of 6
As a therapist, I hear many sad and tragic stories. And I have noticed one thing very clearly in this experience of being a witness for these stories--For many of us, the process of healing is the process of internal growth, through understanding the meaning of what happened to us.
I have been working to visually describe this through my artmaking/printmaking. Here is how it turned out. And the story goes like this:
At the time of the event, a storm arrives.
It leaves unsettled feelings and sensations. There is a ball of tangled yarn left inside of you.
You may not know what it is or what's in it.
As you explore it, you see a sprout coming out of it. Maybe what happened to you means something--something important.
May you find the true meaning of what happened to you, out of the tangled yarn.
Out of the tangled yarn
RETURN & REFUND POLICY
Return and exchange are accepted within 30 days from the purchase date.
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Shipping and handling fee is $5 for small prints and $10 for medium prints within the United States. When you purchase more than one product, only the higher shipping rate will be applied. Free shipping if your purchase totals more than $150. The artwork is mounted on a white backing board and can be easily removed for any framing you desire. The artwork ships flat in a thick cardboard envelope wrappped in a cellophane bag for protection.
What is Mokuhanga woodblock print?
Mokuhanga is a method of Traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking. It uses non-toxic, water-based inks combined with Japanese nori starch paste. Images are printed by hand using a baren, one color at a time.