This original work by Janet Horne Cozens is hand pulled relief print on Japanese paper. It comes with a white 11"x14" matte and ready to put in a frame of your choice (not included).
"I've always been in love with the Highland Cattle and their sultry locks of hair that cover their face. This print was inspired by a photo taken by my friend Colin Traquair. Of course, I named him Angus."
Relief printmaking is a form of printmaking in which the image to be printed is raised from the surface. Pieces of material are removed from the surface using sharp tools called gouges. This creates a surface similar to a stamp and is sometimes referred to as "block printing".
Janet Horne Cozens is a Canadian printmaker and mixed media artist. She is newly returned to art after a long career in the music industry. She works out of the print centre at Centre3 in Hamilton, Ontario.