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Betty Woodman: Kabuki Space Woodcut Print

Betty Woodman: Kabuki Space Woodcut Print


Betty Woodmans' work is included in the MOCA exhibition With Pleasure: Pattern and Decoration in Amercian Art 1972-1985.

Elizabeth "Betty" Woodman (1930 - 2018) was an American ceramic artist who began her career as a production potter in the 1950s. Her career moved from functional pottery to works of art, culminating in a retrospective show - the first for a living, female ceramicist - at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2006.

Sixteen color woodcut
Printed on unbleached Thai Mulberry paper
Framed using archival materials
Dimensions: 37 x 25 inches (94 x 63.5 cm)
Edition size: 30 signed and numbered, 2000
Certificate of Authenticity included

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