Lisa Brawn

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    Red crested Kinglet painted woodcut block  11.5" x 11” x 1.5" deep

    Lisa Brawn

    Regular price $650.00
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    Red crested Kinglet painted woodcut block

    11.5" x 11” x 1.5" deep

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    Red-Winged Blackbird, painted woodcut block  9” x 11.5”

    Lisa Brawn

    Regular price $550.00
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    Red-Winged Blackbird, painted woodcut block

    9” x 11.5” x 1.5" deep

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    Blue Raven, painted woodcut block  11” x 10”

    Lisa Brawn

    Regular price $600.00
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    Blue Raven, painted woodcut block

    11” x 10” x 1.5" deep

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    Bluethroat, painted woodcut block  8.5” x 10”

    Lisa Brawn

    Regular price $500.00
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    Bluethroat, painted woodcut block

    8.5” x 10” x 1.5" deep

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    Chickadee, painted woodcut block  9” x 10.5”

    Lisa Brawn

    Regular price $500.00
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    Chickadee, painted woodcut block

    9” x 10.5” x 1.5" deep

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    Barn Swallow, painted woodcut block  11” x 11”

    Lisa Brawn

    Regular price $625.00
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    Barn Swallow, painted woodcut block

    11” x 11” x 1.5" deep

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    Robin, painted woodcut block  10” x 9”

    Lisa Brawn

    Regular price $500.00
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    Robin, painted woodcut block

    10” x 9” x 1.5" deep

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    Bluebird painted woodcut block  11” x 12”

    Lisa Brawn

    Regular price $675.00
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    Bluebird painted woodcut block

    11” x 12” x 1.5" deep

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    I have been experimenting with primarily figurative, portrait genre painted woodcut blocks for over twenty years since being introduced to the medium by printmakers at the Alberta College of Art and Design. For the past five years I have been particularly interested in wildlife and especially wild birds. The most recent development in this series is the use of damask, geometric, and katagami patterned backgrounds. These patterns flatten the picture plane and create a visual intersection between the chaotic beauty of nature and the controlled beauty of design. I don't make prints from the woodcuts, but prefer the tactile quality of the blocks themselves.