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Printmaking: Woodcut, Oil, Ink on Paper.
"Gehölz" is the german equivalent for the english word "grove". In this pictures, the blurring appears as a form of absence or emptiness that remains hidden from the viewer. The blurring creates image spaces that irritate the gaze and challenge and activate the cognitive system. Osnowski suggests to the viewer a landscape that dissolves, fades or falls, and that the motif can only be recognized in vague and vague outlines.
Therefore he uses the possibilities of the woodcut technique in very different ways. As already known from his previous works, he consistently cuts linear codes in different grid sequences manually into the wood: Horizontal and vertical lines in precise, constant intervals form the basic graphic structure.
This is a special hand made print on hand scooped 320g Hahnemühle paper.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection