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WELCOME TO THE HOMEPAGE OF WOODBLOCK PRINTMAKER, RICHARD KEITH STEINER

Thank you for coming to my official homepage.
I’ve been making mokuhanga without a break for over 50 years, since 1970, and am far from losing interest in this fantastic art medium. There has almost never been a lost for ideas; I have come to realize that there are many more prints remaining to be made.
Over the years I’ve added more prints (see Art Works), notes on the prints’ meanings (see Artist’s Talk), newer tools and printmaking materials (see Tool Bench), exhibition and workshops (see Events), and made ordering faster and easier (see Order). Take your time and leisurely look the site over. Contacting me with questions and comments is more than welcomed anytime. Again, thank you for visiting today.

Richard Steiner Woodblock Printmaking リチャード スタイナー 木版画

mokuhanga-school STEINER'S BLOG
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updated:

2023.01.18

Artist's Talk: No.19

2023.01.13

Profile: Brief History

2022.05.02

Tool Bench

19. "Nobel’s theory"  
Richie’s Rabbit

January, 18, 2023  new!


Mr. Nobel thought that his invention, TNT, was so terrible that no one would use it, knowing that by doing so, the world would end. On the contrary, many countries liked the idea of using dynamite to eliminate their enemies. So did the enemies. Little by little, the stakes got ratcheted up, resulting in the invention of the A-bomb. This print shows what the end will look like.


1. setting up the moistening pack
I began to make videos that demonstrate my way of 50+ years of woodblock printmaking. Mostly short, they come in no class order; ideas are dealt with answers to students’ questions. Your questions after watching will lead to additional videos.
Here are some first introductions to look at:

Setting up moistening pack
Moistening Paper
Knife Sharpening, Chapter 1
Knife Sharpening, Chapter 2
Knife Sharpening, Chapter 3
Oiling the Bamboo Baren
Splitting the Hairs of the Brush

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The videos were made by my student Jere Kilpinen from Finland.


©Richard Steiner 2020