"Beyond the Landscape", Litchfield County Times

 “Willow,” 49 5/8” x 38 5/8”, relief print, 2011, by Bryan Nash Gill

“Willow,” 49 5/8” x 38 5/8”, relief print, 2011, by Bryan Nash Gill

“Woodcut,” published by Princeton Architectural Press (www.papress.com), features Mr. Gill’s large-scale relief prints made from cross-sections of trees. Woodcut includes 100 color illustrations, an introduction by writer Verlyn Klinkenborg, and an interview with the artist detailing his printmaking process.

Mr. Gill creates abstract sculptures, works on paper, and installations that are inextricably bound to the materials and inspiration he finds in nature, working and living in a rural New England setting. Massive sections of tree trunks are cut and carved; branches and leaves are re-interpreted in bronze; and the growth rings on cross-sections of trees are inked and transferred to hand-made paper.

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