…Unless it’s very pretty that way. Here’s some snow for the Seattle Snowpocalypse survivors. This woodcut is made with black ink on long fiber board paper. Herschel Logan printed this in 1930. According to Logan, the image was taken from an early photograph. You may have noticed, you astute reader you, that the composition is not quite divided in exactly half. It’s just slightly below half. I find some of my favorite compositions are just slightly not half, or if square, just slightly not square. Divine nearly perfect imperfection. Have you made prints? We’d love for you to be part of our Printmaker’s show March 23/24. Stay tuned for details. Make a print and show it! Our Beginning Printmaking 4 Week Shortie class starts next week. We’ve got an Intermediate Shortie too, with open studio time.