About the Artist
Kristina Hagman (Seattle) is a woodblock print artist and painter. While in Seattle, over a period of four years, she created a series of woodblock prints inspired by the Japanese artist Hokusai, and his 36 Views of Mount Fuji, which I called 36 Views of Mount Rainier. Now living in Los Angeles, she embarked on a new series of woodblocks, The West Coast: from Mexico to Canada. She draws inspiration from Francis Gearhart, and studied in master classes with most of the Bay Area Figurative Artists at the Santa Fe institute of Art and is largely self-taught.
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