This is the image which should have been printed from these blocks But it turned out that my radical method of dividing the color areas in those blocks was too difficult to control during printing and the result was singularly unappealing to me. So I recarved 15 large blocks as if they were reductions, and was able to pull this powerful portrait of Anthony. Permanent collection, China Art Museum, Shanghai, PRC.
The McNeese National Works On Paper exhibition (click link for article) of 40 prints was selected by juror Annette DiMeo Carlozzi from over 800 entries. My 30 x 21 inch woodblock print “Anthony” received the “Bank One Purchase Award” of $1,200, entered the permanent collection of McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and was reproduced on the cover of the exhibition catalog.