Prints by artist Mia O

Printmaking with Wood, Paper, and Ink

Below you can find additional information about the artists of the "Wood Paper Ink" gallery exhibition which was presented September 12 - October 8, 2022 at the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, St. Lawrence University (SLU), Canton, New York.

The "Wood Paper Ink" exhibition presented print works from two dozen artists in many themes and artistic styles. The works shown were done using the "mokuhanga" technique, a traditional form of Japanese woodblock printing.

A number of the artists shown in the exhibition are members of a collaborative group, The Mokuhanga Sisters, which was formed by the friendship of nine women who all attended and did residencies at the Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory (MI-LAB) in Fujikawaguchiko, Japan between 2017 and 2019. SLU Professor of Art & Art History Melissa Schulenberg, a member of The Mokuhanga Sisters, helped organize the exhibition.

Visiting artist Patty Hudak, also a member of The Mokuhanga Sisters, gave a gallery talk about the works presented in the exhibition. You can find more about the talk, and a gallery of photos, on the "Art Gallery Talk About Mokuhanga Printmaking" webpage.

Listed below are links to each of the artist's website and Instagram page, where available, if you want to research a particular artist further. The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery has also done a webpage on The "Wood Paper Ink" exhibition.

Please notify the Art & Art History department web person, Bob Foster, if you find any errors in the information on this page. We'd also be interested in any additional online resources for a particular artist or artists or further information about the Mokuhanga technique of printmaking.

Mokuhanga Sisters

Additional Exhibiting Artists