Mokuhanga Japanese woodblock print
Image size: 8 1/8 x 10 1/8 inches
paper: Hosho washi
Limited edition of 38. (0 available) --Sold out
“Waking up” means increasing self-awareness over the blocking beliefs in ourselves. Blocking beliefs can be about others or about ourselves—e.g. “I can’t do this because I am a woman” “He’s too old to do that” etc.
Not everything we believe may be true. It may be that others condition us to believe that. Others around us teach certain values and beliefs. Sometimes conditioning happens when others role-model certain values through their actions, even if they don’t have an intention to teach us anything. Likewise, our environment also conditions us by exposing us to curated information by others—Media can condition us to believe who should be more valued and welcomed, who is seen as dangerous, who deserves more opportunities, etc..
A crow is a smart bird. But even a smart bird will be covered by a blinder unless it knows to remove it. This crow currently thinks it can’t fly to the destination because of the blocked vision. I know it has a full capacity to fly to wherever it wants. What’s needed is to remove the blinder so that it realizes the true capacity.
I wonder what it’s like for you to remove your blinder so that you can fly.
Remove the blinder and fly
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.