Paul Furneaux

We are delighted to introduce the work of the highly acclaimed printmaker, Paul Furneaux with a selection of his recent work for Cabinet. Working in the 1990’s on large-scale woodblock prints, Furneaux became interested in the techniques and possibilities of traditional Japanese printmaking. In 1996 he won a scholarship to Tama Arts University in Tokyo and remained there for four years developing his understanding of Mokuhanga, a process which employs simple water-based pigments printed onto hand-made paper. It is a discipline that has occupied him for the last decade, and in mastering it, Furneaux has found an opportunity to develop stunningly innovated combinations of colour and rhythm in his work.

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