The prints below are linocuts made with a single horizontal line. The resulting mesh of black and white creates a shimmering effect that both defines and blurs the image. Objects appear and disappear from view.
Wuon-Gean Ho was born in Oxford in 1973, and graduated with a BA in History of Art from Cambridge University, before taking up a Japanese Government Scholarship in 1998 to study woodblock printmaking in Japan. She returned to the UK to work in print, artist’s books and animation, and has exhibited widely in juried, invited and solo shows.
In 2009 and 2011 she coordinated the 2nd and 3rd International Printmaking Festival in Qijiang, Chongqing, China, including inviting artists and organising a symposium. Since 2013 she has been studying for a Masters at the Royal College of Art. Since 2013 she has been news editor for the magazine Printmaking Today.