Mokuhanga woodblock print
38,4 × 31,3 cm
edition: 10 + 2 EA
Patrick Gabler is a German draughtsman, who was born in Munich in 1967. His works on paper were exhibited in several group- and solo exhibitions, among others at Jordan/Seydoux –Drawings & Prints in Berlin, in the gallery Bernard Jordan Paris, at Maurits van de Laar in Den Haag and in the Musée de Beaux-Arts in Caen. His works can be found in public collections like the Kupferstichkabinett Berlin, the Museum of Fine Arts San Francisco and the Kunsthalle Hamburg.
Lucy May Schofield (*1979) is a British printmaker. After studying at the London College of Printing she spent several years living in Japan, and despite now being based back in the UK, she continues to study wood-block printing through training programmes in Japan using traditional and contemporary mokuhanga techniques with master craftspeople. She is an Associate member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers. Her work has recently been presented at The Kentler International Drawing Space in New York, Southern Vermont Arts Centre and The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition London. Her work is held in public and private collections including Tate Britain, The Ashmolean Museum Oxford, Yale Centre for British Art and Stanford University. In 2022 she was awarded a Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust award.