My work is in this group show in Copenhagen. Alas, I did not have time to take a picture of the work itself, but I was very pleased with the format I came up with and will be making more work like it in the future. For the past year I have been thinking about book hybrids--the piece I sent can be displayed like a book or hung on the wall.
After checking out the site for Gouge: The Modern Woodcut at the Hammer Museum, I started looking for contemporary artists using the woodcut. I found this work by Anna Hepler. The floor project was done with students from Bowdoin College. The group of smaller prints is Hepler's own work which takes the woodcut in a nice painterly direction.