Riding in to morning

One of my most enjoyable times was in school studying with Antonio Frasconi, a quite famous artist who made his fame doing woodcuts. I still do them although not as much as I did in the past. I simply don’t have the studio room. This piece is a combination of two pieces of cardboard and a woodcut. One piece was used for the rainbow roll to give the sunrise, then the torn piece to give the cloudy sky and finally the wood block that was cut to produce the trees, road and hill side. The actual place is Rte. 117 just off Rte 9 in North Tarrytown, now called Sleepy Hollow I believe. I think they since change the road. One more woodcut tomorrow.Rte 117Woodcut Studio work


About Vermont Woodchuck

Professional Photojournalist since 1969 with a BFA from SUNY Purchase 1979-Visual Arts. I despise advocacy news journalism. Every photojournalist should be prepared to show their camera RAW images of news events. Reason: RAW images cannot be altered no matter what is done to the finished product.
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