Explore the worlds of art and nature through Andrea Rich’s technically complex and creatively elegant woodcuts. An internationally recognized artist, Rich draws on print traditions as diverse as Albrecht Dürer and the Japanese Ukiyo-e to yield a body of work distinctly her own. During three decades of travel, Rich has observed common and exotic species of birds and animals and experiences to depict. Her rich palette captures the simple beauty of landscapes and the humor and drama of nature.
Featured artwork: Andrea Rich, Green Heron, 1996, Woodcut on paper.
This exhibit is organized by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum of Art in Wausau, Wisconsin.
You can see more of Andrea’s work here.