Robbie LaFleur

Expressionism and Folk Art

Someday I plan to have an exhibit of my interpretations of Edvard Munch’s Skrik in many textile techniques.  Here’s a piece in with traditional woodblock printing, along with my linoleum block print, on a sheepskin backing.  A sknnfell interpretation.  I felt a bit guilty while making this, as I used my friend Jan Mostrom’s brand new woodblocks, which she brought back from Norway after taking a class from Britt Solheim.  However, they only became richer-looking after using and cleaning them.  Thanks Jan!

One comment on “Expressionism and Folk Art

  1. Pingback: Preparing for Iceland and Norway « Bound to Weave

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This entry was posted on May 25, 2011 by in Uncategorized.
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