Wiggly Bridge

Wiggly Bridge


white-line woodcut
hand-printed on Arnhem 1618 Printmaking paper
edition of 3
image size: 8 x 6"
paper size: 10.5 x 8.5"

Along the York River, in Maine, is a small suspension foot bridge called The Wiggly Bridge. True to its’ name it wiggles when you walk across it, making it a fun adventure for young and old alike. The bridge is a great spot for both tourists and locals, and most any day in good weather will find walkers, joggers, kayakers and swimmers flocking on, under or near it. It even has a local distillery named after it.

This is a white-line woodcut, with every color being brushed by hand onto the block with watercolor and burnished individually onto the paper. White-line woodcuts are very labor intensive, and each print will have slight color variations. Because of this, some white-line artists do not number their prints or attempt color uniformity. I have chosen to edition (number) this edition and made every effort to color the prints alike. Each print is numbered and signed by the artist. Each unframed print is packaged in a clear plastic acid-free envelope.

All images are © Rhonda Lynch 2017. All rights reserved.

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