Andy Farkas

The Transformation

$325.00
  • The Transformation

Andy Farkas

The Transformation

$325.00

Mokuhanga woodcut with letter press text

11.5 x 8.5 inch image on paper (unframed)

pencil signed and numbered from an edition of 70 hand-made original woodcuts

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This singular work of art is an original print made using either traditional and/or modern fine art printmaking techniques. Although it is part of an edition of similar images, each one is hand-made, one-at-a-time, by the artist, and no two are ever exactly the same. Visit our online glossary page for more information on the various terms and techniques used to make the artwork on this website.

Andy Farkas is an American printmaker based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. For the past twenty years he has specialized in both wood engraving and traditional Japanese woodcuts (Mokuhanga). Andy's work has been exhibited world-wide and can be found in many prominent collections including The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History, Savannah College of Art and Design, Vanderbilt University Heard Library among many others.

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Mokuhanga woodcut with letter press text

11.5 x 8.5 inch image on paper (unframed)

pencil signed and numbered from an edition of 70 hand-made original woodcuts

NEED THIS PIECE FRAMED? CLICK HERE.

This singular work of art is an original print made using either traditional and/or modern fine art printmaking techniques. Although it is part of an edition of similar images, each one is hand-made, one-at-a-time, by the artist, and no two are ever exactly the same. Visit our online glossary page for more information on the various terms and techniques used to make the artwork on this website.

Andy Farkas is an American printmaker based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. For the past twenty years he has specialized in both wood engraving and traditional Japanese woodcuts (Mokuhanga). Andy's work has been exhibited world-wide and can be found in many prominent collections including The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History, Savannah College of Art and Design, Vanderbilt University Heard Library among many others.