Paper has a lot of influence on a print, and washi, in particular, has so much to offer. The receptive nature of the fibres to ink works well for hand printing as well as with a press, and the warm and lively nature of the surface partners well with any imagery. The types of print shown here will include relief, intaglio, lithography, silkscreen, monoprint, collograph, cyanotype, and digital.

Summer Char - Kenojuak Ashevak, 2013, stonecut & stencil, Kizuki Kozo Natural

Raven's Chorus - Kenojuak Ashevak, 2002, Stonecut, Seichosen Kozo Yotsuban

Untitled - Agnès Clairand, Cyanotypes, Sekishu Banshi Tsuru.

Untitled - Milton Jewell, 2003, Encaustic monoprint, Mutsu Chiri

Untitled - Ron Baird, 1990, etching on Yamato Chiri

Color My Eyes - Agustin Rolando Rojas, Chine-collé & Etching, Moriki Kozo, Tengu-jo tissue