Part of the Program: Adult Classes and Workshops
Woodmere Art Museum
This unique form of woodcut printmaking combines painting and printmaking and uses only one block of wood to make multi-color prints. This deceptively simple method enables experimentation and a freedom of expression. Most importantly, perhaps, it is a form of printmaking that doesn't need a press (just a spoon!). The white line woodblovk print, also known as a "Provincetown Print," originated in Provincetown, MA around 1915 by a group of artists who fled Europe with the onset of WWI.