Woodcuts and Aerial Views
The other day, one of my collectors mentioned that every time he looks at his 100 x 100 cm Woodcut, he admires the 3D effect, being reminded of the tall buildings in New York City, Hongkong or rocks in Bryce Canyon National Park. I think he has a point. Bryce Canyon is known for its unique and bizarre rock formations such as tall spires and so-called Hoodoos, which are the product of erosion. On a side note, the word «hoodoo» means to bewitch, which is what Bryce Canyon’s rock formations surely do. Equally bewitching and attractive to behold are the dried up axe marks, fissures and cracks in old wood.