Road to Moab


3 in stock


An original hand-carved linocut block print depicting State Route 128 in Utah, which follows the Colorado River to Moab near Arches National Park.

Hand-inked and hand-printed from the original carved block on 5″x7″ white 98lb / 160g acid-free paper, printed with Speedball Professional black oil-based relief ink. Also may be available in limited quantities on 5×7″ vintage off-white paper, contact me if interested to check on availability.

I haven’t gotten to travel much in the last couple years, so I’m revisiting some of my past travel photography and sketches to draw and carve some new landscape prints.

More info on how I make these prints:

For linocuts, each block is hand-carved with various carving tools. After carving, to create a print, ink is rolled onto the block surface with a roller (brayer), the paper is aligned and put on top of the inked block, and then pressure is applied to transfer the ink to the paper.

Each linoleum block is hand-carved and each print is hand-printed, which means there may be variations in texture or color between prints. This is a unique characteristic of the medium and part of the charm of handmade block prints.

Shipping info:

You will receive the print unframed, in a plastic sleeve, inside a cardboard mailer envelope, as shown in the last picture. I ship via USPS, and shipping cost includes tracking.