Natalia Moroz

From childhood reading and drawing were my passions, and I combined them by illustrating my favorite books. The further I develop professionally as an artist, the more I use literature only as a starting point to express my personal views, ideas, and feelings.

My life-long love to poetry had a great impression on my work. Like a short piece of poetry that can say more with less words than a long novel, so an engraving, laconic and powerful, can convey much "on a limited budget". I treat a line in linocut as a line in a verse - both should be sharp and precise.

Lately, I tried a new painterly approach in my linocuts. I started using multiple plates, reduction technique, and gradient inking to produce complex color prints with subtlety and uniqueness of a monotype. Uniting strong concepts and expressive graphics, I create visual metaphors with multiple layers of meaning.... "
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Suzan Hamer


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