Monday, January 31, 2011

Surrender: Traveling the Path of Many Hills


Surrender as an expansive, ever-expanding and contracting field. Once one hill has been crossed, there is another to climb. All the walking, all the searching, it's all vital. This is a 12 by 12 inch linocut, carved outdoors and just printed. : )
Thanks for stopping by!

16 comments:

Carol said...

I really love your Lino prints!

Emily Harris said...

Pretty!

art is jokken said...

beautiful lino!

Linda Hensley said...

Nice!

Nic Lawson said...

WOW! that is so beautiful!
how long does it take for you to carve a lino like that?

Honor Woodard said...

Wonderful!

Coreopsis said...

Beautiful! This is really fantastic.

AnniePod said...

This is quite wonderful!

Cathy said...

Sounds a bit like one of our rambles..haha. Gorgeous work.

tulasi-priya dasi said...

Miss you, darlin'. I love this one. I'll be back in the US in about a month, almost exactly a month.

tulasi-priya dasi said...

At first I thought it strange that your hills were populated, but now I see that we're not alone as we climb our hills.

Nicola said...

Can't wait to hear your stories when you get back, TP!
Thank you, everyone, for your *cool* comments. : )

Nicky Linzey said...

Another lovely piece, so much to look at too.

Run Lori Run said...

I'm just starting... how do know which linoleum to buy- some seems softer than others. and do you use mounted or unmounted linoleum? Any advice would help!!!

Nicola said...

I have seen some beautiful work from a variety of different types of linoleum. Perhaps finding the best fit regarding type of lino is through the process of trial and error? But I would recommend safety first, and the softest lino, or something called speedycut, is the best for that.

myrtle said...

WoW! that was really great.
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