Frank Lippold is dedicated to the traditional woodcut technique. But with him, it does not become prints – the large-format [nbsp] wooden sticks themselves become artworks.[nbsp]
The large plywood panel was first covered with a red lacquer and then worked by hand. The result is a complex imagery that takes its origin in nature, but also includes [nbsp] surreal and constructivist elements.[nbsp]
Countless little nicks here become a dynamic compostion, reminiscent of a growing plant on all sides.