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In the agrarian traditions of Old Europe, as well as the early farming settlements in America, each full moon had a name. The name was based on the cycles and activities of the natural world, both plant and animal. I used Basswood for the woodblock for its fine grain. The print is unique, printed only once on composition gold leaf. The print is signed and titled on the front.

Materials used:

black ink on 100% rag paper, composition gold leaf

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#nature #black #animal #night #ink #moon #print #full moon #woodblock #farming #calendar #birthday #gold leafing #beaver 

"Full Beaver Moon - November" (2006)

Woodcut 
by Lorie Schackmann

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  • Woodcut on Paper
  • From a limited edition of 1
  • Size: 30.48 x 35.56 x 0.51cm (unframed) / 15.24 x 17.78cm (actual image size)
  • Signed and numbered on the front
  • Style: Impressionistic
  • Subject: Animals and birds
  • Hurry only 1 left in stock
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In the agrarian traditions of Old Europe, as well as the early farming settlements in America, each full moon had a name. The name was based on the cycles and activities of the natural world, both plant and animal. I used Basswood for the woodblock for its fine grain. The print is unique, printed only once on composition gold leaf. The print is signed and titled on the front.

Materials used:

black ink on 100% rag paper, composition gold leaf

Tags:
#nature #black #animal #night #ink #moon #print #full moon #woodblock #farming #calendar #birthday #gold leafing #beaver 

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Lorie has been exhibiting her bold figurative oils on canvas since 1990. Her work is recognized for its rich color, symbolic female figures, and tropical narratives. The figurative canvases have... Read more

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