Description

Linocut type of print made from a sheet of linoleum into which a design has been cut in relief. This process of printmaking is similar to woodcut, but, since linoleum lacks a grain, linocuts can yield a greater variety of effects than woodcuts can. Linocut designs can be cut in large masses, engraved to give supple white lines, or worked in numerous ways to achieve many different textures. The ease with which linoleum is worked makes it admirably suited to large decorative prints, using broad areas of flat colour.



About author

Kristina Norvilaitė is a graphic artist and art gallery owner. She received Master's of Fine Arts degree from Vilnius Art Academy. Kristina is member of Lithuanian Artists’ Association. K. Norvilaitė has made over 30 personal exhibitions in over 20 cities of Europe including London, Brussels, Tel-Aviv, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Hamburg, Warsaw. She participated in more than hundred group exhibitions in 20 countries including USA and Canada. Kristina also works as book artist, scenographer and creates interdisciplinary art projects. She lives in Vilnius.

EDUCATION ​ 2000- 2002 Studies for Masters degree in the Vilnius Academy of Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts Graphics department, Print section. 1996-2000 The Vilnius Academy of Arts, Lithuania, Faculty of Fine Arts Graphics department.

Year: 2005 Form of art: Mixed media Style: Abstract Technique: Linocut, mix.t. Size: 120.00 x 120.00 x 1.50 cm 1300
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