Here is an excellent example of the printmaking technique of artist Marjorie Greene. Marjorie is also a gifted painter and teaches at St. Petersburg College Clearwater campus. These prints, titled Hidden Lake, are reduction wood block prints, which means that after each color is printed, that part of the wood block is cut away. At the end, very little of the block is left. Thereafter, no additional prints may be pulled.
The editions are small with only six prints of each image. The size is 24" x 41" for the outside two and 18" x 41" for the center panel. The prints will be on view at the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art on the St. Petersburg College Tarpon Springs campus in August and September.