Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Woodcut Prints of the Western Landscape

Pictured here: "Bolinas Ridge Sunset" 2009, 14x17 inches, multi-block reduction cut.

Killion’s prints—images of flowing California coasts, the snowy peaks of the High Sierras, and the environs of Mt. Tamalpais—pay tribute to the influences of Japanese ukiyo-ë landscape masters Hokusai and Hiroshige, but also European and American wood-engravers, such as Eric Gill and Rockwell Kent. To see more prints, click here or visit -

The Gallery at RAC
Current Exhibit
Topofilia: Woodcut Prints of the Western Landscape
Selected work by Tom Killion
September 6–October 16